The Eighth Day Brotherhood, a historical thriller set in Paris, 1888, will be released from Black Rose Writing in August 2016. By Alice M. Phillips (BA '07)
John E. Wade II (BBA '68, MACC '69), author, investor, and millionaire, reveals in his memoir, The Bipolar Millionaire, his personal struggle with bipolar disorder. Wade takes the reader through his family experiences, political aspirations and beliefs, spiritual journey, relationship trials and errors, battle with mental illness, and how he feels he has been cured of the detrimental aspects of bipolar disorder.
Painting The Southern Coast: The Art of West Fraser. By West Fraser (BFA '80)
Georgialina, A Southland As We Knew It brings to life once more the fading and often-forgotten unfiltered character of the South as Poland takes readers down memory lane. By Tom Poland (ABJ '71, MED '75) www.tompoland.net
A memoir based on UGA entomology (1963-1985) professor Dr. A. B. Weathersby. By Leslie Smith Sinyard (BBA '83)
Set in Atlanta, “Gray Widow’s Walk” is the first book of the Gray Widow Trilogy. The cross-genre trilogy, with a mix of science fiction, thriller elements, and dark fantasy, features captivating female protagonist, Janey Sinclair, the masked vigilante dubbed the Gray Widow by the press. As Janey’s vigilantism gains worldwide attention, and her showdown with a bloodthirsty shapeshifter draws ever closer, the reason for her augmented abilities. By Dan Jolley (BA '93)
After one hundred years, this book corrects the historical record of the first airplane flight in Georgia and reveals that this flight, by two young men from Athens, was the first flight of a monoplane in the United States. By Dan A. Aldridge (JD '75)
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, a children's play, by Daiel Guyton (MFA '04) https://www.pioneerdrama.com/searchdetail.asp?pc=BOYWEREWOL
A Long Dark Night: Race in America from Jim Crow to World War II, by J. Michael Martinez (MPA '91, PHD '09), scheduled for publication by Rowman & Littlefield (Lanham, MD) on April 15, 2016.
Entomologist Justin O. Schmidt (PHD '77) is on a mission. Some say it’s a brave exploration, others shake their heads in disbelief. His goal? To compare the impacts of stinging insects on humans, mainly using himself as the gauge.
Bluestone by Carl J. Vipperman (MA '61)
Second edition of Running the River: Poleboats, Steamboats & Timber Rafts on the Ocmulgee, Oconee & Ohoopee by Carlton A. Morrison (MA '70).
Look for the fifth in the Miss Dimple Kilpatrick series in the fall of 2016 when heavenly sleuth Augusta Goodnight joins Miss Dimple and friends to help solve the murder of a mysterious young woman in Miss Dimple and the Slightly Bewildered Angel by Mignon F. Ballard (ABJ '56).
This entertaining and compelling book recounts the horrors of Nazi Germany and its impact on survivors and their families. Secrets & Deceptions by Helene Uhlfelder (AB '70, MED '71) personalizes survivor guilt through the poignant story of Leo, Sophie’s husband and Madeleine’s father.
Murcheson County by Rodney Page (ABJ ’69). A sweeping tale of four families who settle on Georgia’s frontier in the early nineteenth century…their triumphs and sorrows, their frailties… and of the best and worst of the human spirit.
Building upon her bestseller "Selling with Noble Purpose," leadership expert Lisa Earle McLeod (ABJ '85) tackles the employee engagement crisis by showing leaders how to put workplace meaning front and center.
Adventures of a Female Medical Detective: In Pursuit of Smallpox and AIDS by Dr. Mary Guinan with Anne Mather (MA ’74). The book will be published 01 May with Johns Hopkins University Press. Something of a ghost-writer for this project, Anne helps Dr. Guinan relay her life and legacy as one of the CDC’s EIS officers in the mid 70s.
Upright in a Fallen World by Gary B Hulsey (BS ’64). "We don’t want to be a victim, yet we don’t want to isolate and fully withdraw. We’d like to live freely, associate with different types of people, and make a difference in this fallen world, but how? None of us has the wisdom, discipline and strength to coast through life unaffected and, at the same time, make a difference – we can’t go it alone."
The Odyssey of UGA is a children’s book by Suzanne Casagrande (BLA '02). Follow Uga as he encounters his SEC rivals.
Arts and Religions of Haiti; How the Sun Illuminates Under Cover of Darkness by LeGrace Benson (MFA '56). Benson, a M.A. student in Georgia's art department in the glory days of Lamarr Dodd , Erwin Breithaupt and Wiley Sanders, conversed with artists and religious leaders over a period of several years to bring their fascinating stories to light.
Dr. Charlene Elizabeth Rushton Black (AB ’64, MA ’66) has published a book entitled “God Had a Plan Even for a Little Girl from Dexter.” Copies of the book may be obtained by contacting her at email@example.com.
Daniel Guyton (MFA '04) http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AXOSFHW
Daniel Guyton (MFA '04)
Johnny Harris Restaurant Cookbook. Pelican Publishing (2014). By Julie Donaldson Lowenthal (BSHE ’83). A compilation of history and recipes from Savannah’s most beloved and iconic restaurants.
Taylor Brown (AB '05) debut FALLEN LAND (St. Martin’s Press; January 12, 2016) has already been endorsed by critics with three starred trade reviews and independent booksellers as a January 2016 Indie Next pick.