GABRIELA CONDREA, ’04, who majored in International Studies and Italian, has written a book of poems and vignettes titled When 1 + 1 + 1: That Impossible Connection inspired by the Tango.
TESS GALLAGHER, ’67, ’71, renowned Northwest poet and widow of short story writer Raymond Carver, has her work collected in an anthology called Midnight Lantern. Reviewer Charles Cross called the book “deeply moving.”
STEVE GARDINER, UW philosophy professor has written A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change. He makes the case that our failure to solve climate change is an ethical failure.
LOIS V. HARRIS, ’86, children’s author, is celebrating the recent publication of her third book, Maxfield Parrish: Painter of Magical Make Believe.
DANNY HOFFMAN, UW assistant professor of Anthropology and photojournalist has written The War Machines: Young Men and Violence in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Hoffman researched his subject during the civil wars in those countries.
LORRAINE McCONAGHY, ’73, the Museum of History & Industry’s resident historian, has a new book: New Land, North of the Columbia, Historic Documents That Tell the Story of Washington State from Territory to Today.
FRANCES McCUE, ’88, won a prize from Boston’s Grub Street Center for her book of poetry The Bled. The book also received a Washington State Book Award.
ROB THOMAS, ’93, professor of geology at the University of Montana, Western, has co-authored with William J. Fritz the book Roadside Geology of Yellowstone County.