Steve Frenzl’s (Bus’70) two-volume fictionalized memoir, titled “Coffee & Donuts with the Dearly Departed” tells the story of Steve’s adventures working as an apprentice at Boulder’s Howe Mortuary in the late 1960s.
Fran Yardley (Thtr’66) published her book, Finding True North: A History of One Small Corner of the Adirondacks, which outlines the journey of Fran and her late husband, Jay Yardley, as they revived the historic and long-abandoned Bartlett Carry Club in the Adirondacks.
In N. Stephen Kane’s (PhDHist’70) new book, Selling Reagan’s Foreign Policy: Going Public vs. Executive Bargaining, he examines President Reagan’s and his administration’s efforts to mobilize public and congressional support for seven of the president’s controversial foreign policy initiatives.
Rising housing costs puts secure and decent housing in central urban neighborhoods in peril. How do civil society organizations (CSOs) effectively demand accountability from the state to address the needs of low-income residents?
Humanity has always looked to the stars, but it hasn’t been until relatively recently that we have managed to travel into space. Carolyn Collins Petersen’s (Edu’78; MJour’96) book, titled "Space Explorations: Past, Present, Future," takes you there.
The captivating book, Left at Hiva Oa, written by Malia Bohlin’s (Jour’93), takes place on the open ocean as America evolves from the conservative 1950s to the free-loving 1960s. Two proud Merchant Marine Academy graduates leave their promising careers to follow a dream of sailing the world on the 40’ schooner, the Gracias.
Colorado Springs resident Steven Anderson (Econ’83) published his second book, Wandering Soul in Feb. 2018. The science fiction novel is the second book of his Reunification Series, and is the sequel to Wandering Star.