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Authors & Editors

The Gallery of Missing Husbands book cover

Lawrence J. Epstein, B.A.’67, M.A.’68, Ph.D.’76, published a mystery novel ebook titled The Gallery of Missing Husbands. The book is set on the Lower East Side of New York in 1914. More info:

Kill Jeff Davis book cover

Bruce Venter, M.P.A.’76, Ed.D’86, is the author of Kill Jeff Davis: The Union Raid on Richmond, 1864, published by University of Oklahoma Press.

Grandpa Rogers and Queen Mary's Fire book cover

John Froebel-Parker, B.A.’79, M.A.’82, M.S.Ed.’85, recently published Grandpa Rogers and Queen Mary’s Fire, with illustrations by Ray Bono ’75. The book is available online at Author House, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Nearer to Never book cover

Robert S. Mason, M.A.’80, recently published his début book of poems, Nearer to Never, through SUNY Press. The poems invite a reader’s most intimate aesthetic engagement on what it may mean to be human.

Grapes of the Hudson Valley book cover

Joseph “Steve” Casscles, B.A.’81, is the author of Grapes of the Hudson Valley which details the 200-year history of grape growing, breeding and winemaking in the Hudson Valley. The book includes information on how to make wine, prune vines and establish a vineyard. Casscles is the winemaker at the Hudson-Chatham Winery in Ghent, N.Y.

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Karen Lee Oliver, B.A.’81, is the author of Tranquility, Solitude, and Other Poems; Tales from the Mirwood; and Pergola. Oliver is a member of the Academy of American Poets. She resides in Clifton Park, N.Y.

A Vegan Primer book cover

Bruce Henderson, Ph.D.’86, published A Vegan Primer. In the book, Henderson offers carefully researched reasons for adopting a vegan diet. He is a professor at Fullerton College in California.

Generation X book cover

Oluremi Alapo, B.A.’98, M.A.’00, is the author of Generation X: The Role of Culture on the Leadership Styles of Women in Leadership Positions. The book assists organizational leaders to view Generation X women in positions of power from a different perspective.