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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  The book is a collection of the best previously unpublished charts from their blog I Love Charts, which was created in 2009 and has grown to 100,000 followers on Tumblr and a half a million views a month.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 ...

Joseph November '97
November '97 to Publish Biomedical Computing

In the spring, The Johns Hopkins University Press will publish Biomedical Computing: Digitizing Life in the United States by Joseph November '97.  The book explores both how computers changed how life is studied and how the life sciences contributed to computing.  More ...

Meredith Mileti '83 Publishes Novel

Meredith Mileti '83 has published her debut novel Aftertaste: A Novel in Five Courses. The book is about Mira Rinaldi, a New York City restaurant owner with roots in Pittsburgh who must figure out how to hold her life together when she discovers her husband cheating on her. Mileti began writing the story several years ago while she was working on her dissertation and was inspired by her own love of cooking. Recipes she tested herself are included in the book.  More ...

Mark Sullivan '80
Mark Sullivan '80 Writes Books with James Patterson

Mark Sullivan '80 has co-written two novels with bestselling author James Patterson, whose father graduated from Hamilton. The first, titled Private Games, will be the third of the Private series, which includes Private and Private: #1 Suspect.  Private Games is centered around the murder of a high-ranking official on the 2012 Olympic Games Committee and is scheduled for a Feb. 13, 2012 release.  More ...

Book Launch for The Bears by Ben Critton '06

Printed Matter has announced a launch for a new artists’ book by Ben Critton '06 titled The Bears. A reception and signing will be held August 19, 5-7 p.m. at Printed Matter, located at 195 Tenth Ave, between 21st and 22nd Street in New York City.  More ...

Garret Kramer authors new book, Stillpower: The Inner Source of Athletic Excellence

For decades, athletes, coaches, parents, and organizations have searched in vain for the secrets to maximize mental performance in sports.  Despite the myriad of tools, techniques, research, and theoretical models used today, achieving success and happiness on the field is elusive. Garret Kramer's Stillpower provides a revolutionary, simple explanation for understanding and mastering one’s own state of mind in order to achieve consistent performance and contentment.   More ...

Michelle Facos K'76 Publishes Book on Art

Routledge has recently released An Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Art by Michelle Facos K'76. The work provides a "basic historical framework" and includes Scandinavian, German, and Eastern European artists in addition to those from France, Britain, and the United States.  More ...

Memoir of a Gulag Actress
Ross Ufberg '07 Publishes Translation

Northern Illinois University Press has published a translation of Tamara Petkevich’s Memoir of a Gulag Actress, co-translated by Ross Ufberg '07 and Yasha Klots. In "an abridged translation that retains the grace and passion of the original," Ufberg and Yasha tell the story of a Russian girl whose father was arrested when she was 17 for his Communist beliefs and who was later arrested herself.  More ...

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