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Jason Paulino '06 Publishes Debut Novel, Chosen

Jason Paulino '06 has published his first novel, Chosen.  The novel's website describes Chosen as "a Young Adult's Science Fiction Adventure which follows the lives of three teenagers and their transformation from sixteen year old high school students to intergalactic gladiators."  More ...

Cronkite's War: His World War II Letters Home
CBS This Morning to Feature Isserman and Walter Cronkite IV

CBS This Morning Saturday will feature an interview with Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman and his former student Walter Cronkite IV ’11 about their new book Cronkite's War: His World War II Letters Home. The segment is tentatively scheduled to air at 7:45 a.m.  More ...

Robert Schultz '69 to Publish Memoir

Autobiography of a Baby Boomer, a memoir written by Dr. Robert Schultz '69, is set to release in May 2013. The subtitle describes the book as, "One man's detour from Cornell Medical School across Europe, Afghanistan, Iran, & India (with a few potholes along the way)."  More ...

Nina Bogin K'74 Publishes Third Poetry Book

Alison Brackenbury of the Poetry Review comments on the achievement of Bogin's most recent work, "Nina Bogin writes beautiful, spare, exemplary poems from which everything unnecessary is quietly stripped away. (…) Her poetry, clear and direct, is never narrowly personal. The 'lost hare' is 'bedded down in the thoughts/ and dreams I hoarded there.'  Each listener can add experience to that hoard. Nina Bogin's poetry is its own place, but her particular patch of poetic earth can also become her readers' country."  More ...

Breaking Open the Box by Nancy Dafoe K'74, P'04
Nancy Dafoe K'74, P'04 to Publish Book on Creative Thinking in Academic Writing

Nancy Dafoe K'74, P'04 will be releasing Breaking Open the Box: A Guide for Creative Techniques to Improve Academic Writing and General Creative Thinking with Rowman & Littlefield Education this March. The educational textbook explores the ways in which students are gradually taught to incorporate creativity in writing specifically structured essays.  Teaching students to use creative techniques and make creative decisions about rhetorical structures fosters critical thinking skills and improves writing, according to the author.  More ...

Paul Reichert '90 Publishes Children's Book

A new version of Paul Reichert ‘90’s children’s book The Lemonade Ripple was recently published and released by Sky Pony Press. This is Reichert's first children's book, and he plans to donate all author proceeds from the sale of the book to charity.  More ...

Aaron Astor '95 Publishes “Rebels on the Border”

Louisiana State University Press has published Rebels on the Border: Civil War, Emancipation, and the Reconstruction of Kentucky and Missouri by Aaron Astor '95. The book focuses on the border states Kentucky and Missouri and places them in context of local, southern, and national politics. It examines how they formalized the previous resistance to slavery, even as new black citizenship and voting rights triggered a violent white reaction and a new definition of white identity.  More ...

Oberholtzer '08 and Westphal '08 Publish I Love Charts: The Book

On May 1, Sourcebooks released I Love Charts: The Book by Jason Oberholtzer '08 and Cody Westphal '08.  The book is a collection of the best previously unpublished charts from their blog I Love Charts, which was created in 2009 and has grown to 100,000 followers on Tumblr and a half a million views a month. The Huffington Post ranked the blog first on their list of "33 Tumblogs You Need to Follow" and the New York Observer called it one of the "100 funniest Tumblrs…ever."  More ...

A.G. Lafley '69
National News Applauds Two 2012 Honorary Degree Recipients

Commencement speaker A.G. Lafley '69, Hamilton’s Board of Trustees chair and former Procter & Gamble chairman and  CEO, was interviewed by Adweek along with his six fellow Advertising Hall of Fame 2012 inductees in a March 18 article, "What Makes a Legend Tick?" The New York Times Sunday Book Review included a favorable review of a new book, Coral Glynn, by 2012 honorary degree recipient Peter Cameron '82, on the same day.  More ...

Matt Cartwright '83
Matt Cartwright '83 Publishes Practice Guide

Thomson West has published Litigating Business and Commercial Tort Cases by Matt Cartwright '83, P'15, Joseph C Peiffer, and Kirk Reasonover.  The practice guide explains the law for each cause of action for business torts and includes practice tips, analyses of potential claims and defenses, and forms necessary for handling a case.  All three authors are current or past chairs of the American Association for Justice's (AAJ) Business Tort Section.  More ...

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