Joseph Collea ’69, MA ’74, published Our Town –Ilion, New York: A Selective Look at 300 Years of History. Collea retired after serving as teacher and principal for 47 years and devotes his time to research and writing.
Donna White Davis ’70 completed the final novel of her Lovers in the Time of Plague trilogy. The Answers is available in print and eBook wherever books are sold.
Ellen Datlow ’71 is the editor of three new anthologies: When Things Get Dark: Stories Inspired by Shirley Jackson (Titan Books), Body Shocks: Extreme Stories of Body Horror (Tachyon Publications) and The Best Horror of the Year Volume Thirteen (Night Shade).
Marilyn Cohen Shapiro ’72, MS ’74, published Fradel’s Story, a collection of stories co-written with her mother that reflect on the family’s roots in a Lithuanian shtetl. Shapiro is the author of two other books, There Goes My Heart and Tikkun Olam: Stories of Repairing an Unkind World. Learn more: www.theregoesmyheart.me.
Linda Berger ’74 published a book of poetry titled Indebted to Wind.
Edward P. Moser ’77 is the author of The Lost History of the Capitol: The Hidden and Tumultuous Saga of Congress and the Capitol Building. The book was published by Roman & Littlefield.
Jerry Mikorenda ’78 is the author of The Whaler’s Daughter, a young adult historical novel that takes place in 1910 on a whaling station in New South Wales, Australia.
Denise Horan, MBA ’88, is the author of Stories From The Sales Field. Learn more: www.denisehoran.com.
Scott Limmer ’90 published Keeping Kids Safe and Out of Trouble: What a Criminal Defense Attorney Tells His Kids and Wants You to Tell Yours.
K. Lâle Davidson, DA ’92, is the author of Strange Appetites and Blue Woman Burning, both published by Red Penguin Books in Fall 2021. Two more titles are forthcoming. Davidson is a distinguished professor of writing at SUNY Adirondack. She is the recipient of the Adirondack Center for Writing’s People’s Choice Award. Learn more: laledavidson.com.
Lisa McCarthy, MS ’99, is the author of The Greek Girl (Mirror Publishing). McCarthy is also the author of Where’s the Ramp, which contains a letter she received from President George H. W. Bush who signed the ADA into law.
Eric Fisher ’06, chief meteorologist at WBZ-TV Boston, is the author of Mighty Storms of New England: The Hurricanes, Tornados, Blizzards, and Floods That Shaped the Region. The book is a historical account of some major weather events as far back as the 1800s, with an exploration of the impact they’ve had on society.
L. Syd Johnson, PhD ’09, is the author of The Ethics of Uncertainty: Entangled Ethical and Epistemic Risks in Disorders of Consciousness, published by Oxford University Press.
Robert Maisel ’09, MBA ’11, is the author of International Best Seller Transform Through Travel: Connecting Across Cultures. Maisel shares with readers how he has made deep connections and experienced personal growth through travel, and how they can, too.