Viriditas

Viriditas

Oct. 19, 2022

By Aaron Perry (Ger; MA'02) (Earth Water Press, 581 pages; 2022) Buy the Book Earth’s life support systems are destabilizing and human civilization is spinning out of control, careening toward immanent self destruction. The complex and interconnected dangers imperiling modern humanity can only be understood and fixed by an advanced...

The Third Way

The Third Way

Oct. 19, 2022

By Aimee Hoben (Engl’95) (She Writes Press, 312 pages; 2022) Buy the Book After losing her college scholarship, Arden Firth—with the help of Justin Kirish, a law student with a mysterious past—becomes the reluctant leader of a movement to ban corporations. South Dakota Ballot Initiative 99 is Arden’s last hope...

Fearless

Fearless

Oct. 19, 2022

By Paula Dáil (Edu’85) (Warren Publishing, 388 pages; 2022) Buy the Book Fearless ...the story of an outspoken nun with the courage of her convictions. Sixteen-year-old Maggie Corrigan, the oldest of seven motherless children in an impoverished Southside Chicago Irish-Catholic family, struggles with two choices: marriage and motherhood, or the...

In the Garden – An Artist’s View

In the Garden – An Artist’s View

July 20, 2022

By Kathryn Hilton (MBA’85) (Self-Published, 58 pages; 2022) Buy the Book A beautifully illustrated book highlighting 12 gardens in the Bay Area. From small informal gardens at the Los Altos History Museum to the magnificent estate grounds at Filoli, each entry illustrates the artists view of the garden, describes the...

Borrelia: A Microbial Mystery

Borrelia: A Microbial Mystery

July 20, 2022

Borrelia is the second novel featuring Maya Maguire, a medical detective, in her journey as an Asian American veterinarian solving microbial mysteries.

Hollywood Sports Movies and the American Dream

Hollywood Sports Movies and the American Dream

July 13, 2022

Through the heart of Hollywood cinema runs an unexpected current of progressive politics. Sports movies, a genre that has flourished since the mid-seventies, evoke the American dream and therefore represent the nation to itself in idealized form.

Here Comes Ralphie

Here Comes Ralphie

July 13, 2022

Here Comes Ralphie is a children's book about a little buffalo who dreams of becoming the next face of Colorado.

Alice's Trading Post: A Novel of the West

Alice's Trading Post: A Novel of the West

June 21, 2022

Alice's Trading Post is the story of an untamable, unforgettable woman with a wry wit who lived 103 adventurous years. She survives all the west could throw at a woman, fights to be herself, live free, and find love.

Gash Atlas

Gash Atlas

June 21, 2022

Award-winning Denver poet Jessica Lawson’s first full-length collection, Gash Atlas, portrays the nightmarish cartography of life in and beyond the Trump era. Through poetic and visual “maps,” this new work, selected by Erica Hunt for first place in Kore Press Institute’s Poetry Prize, surveys the cultural present while folding back nested histories of personal and cultural violence.

Burying Eva Flores

Burying Eva Flores

June 21, 2022

Seventeen-year-old Sophia Palmer isn’t especially fond of most people on general principle, but she really hates Eva Flores. After all, Eva ruined Sophia’s life—stole her look, took away her home, and used her Tik-Tok-famous status to turn the entire school against Sophia. So when something unspeakable happens to Eva on a class trip, everyone knows: Sophia killed Eva Flores.

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