Fiction and poetry
Hargus Brown, MBA'89,
The Virgin Spring (Harlequin Historicals). Winner of the
Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award, Brown's novel tells
of a 13th-century Scottish laird who risks his position and his
heart when he falls for an amnesiac Englishwoman who heals his
badly burned body.
E. de la Cruz, MLA'96,
Three Dolls to Polvoron: Plays on Creation, Food, and Whatever
(Research on Educational and Environmental Development Foundation).
Written in Pilipino, this collection of nine plays displays a
variety of styles, including satire, farce, tragedy, historical
drama, and theater of the absurd. Penelope Villarica Flores, PhD'84,
wrote the introduction.
F. Spackman, AB'95,
Fragments of Enor (1stbooks.com). Continuing her Voyage
of the Discovery series, Spackman follows the futuristic adventures
of a group of humans and their spaceship as they attempt to escape
from hostile aliens and find their way through lost lands.
E. Zale, AB'81,
Techies Unite: Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet (McGraw-Hill).
Zale's alternative comic strip centers on a beautiful and brilliant
24-year-old computer whiz who runs a large company's information-systems