Other Alumni Books

Porta Palazzo: The Anthropology of an Italian Market
University of Pennsylvania Press, $49.95
Rachel E. Black, BA’97, MA’99

An ethnographic look at how markets, like Porta Palazzo in Turin, play an important role in the culinary and social life of cities

The Year We Were Famous
Clarion/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $16.99
Carole Estby Dagg, BLS’66

Based on the true story of a mother and daughter who walked 4,600 miles in 1896 to save their farm

Oolichan Books, $17.95
W.H. New, BEd’61, MA’63

A new collection of poetry inspired by the city the poet calls home

iUniverse, $31.95
Peter Dash, BScF’80

Spy thriller that brings together the CIA, MI5, Swiss bankers, Islamic terrorists and European neo-Nazis into an explosive mix

Yubi and the Blue-tailed Rat
CreateSpace, $8.99
Georgia Hunter, BEd’87

Youth adventure story that brings together ancient laws, a princess and a very unusual rat

The Digital Diet: The 4-step plan to break your tech addiction and regain balance in your life
Three Rivers Press, $15
Daniel Sieberg, MJ’00

A foolproof plan for digital addicts to regain control, focus, and true connection in their lives

A Page from the Wonders of Life on Earth
Brick Books, $19
Stephanie Bolster, BFA’91, MFA’94

A new poetry collection from the Governor General’s Award-winner

A Concise Overview of Mental Health in Canada
Canadian Scholars Press, $59.95
Elliot Goldner, MHSc’93; Emily Jenkins; Jessica Palma & Dan Bilsker

The first textbook to provide a broad overview of mental health from a Canadian perspective

Nightwood Editions, $18.95
Tim Bowling, BA’86

Poetry collection that uses a tenderman (crewman on a salmon packing boat) as its unintentional muse


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