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: www.lawrencejepstein.com.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.