by Alumni: Fiction and poetry
D. Eshleman, AB'50,
Hawk Book: Musings from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary (Eshleday
Specialday Press). Eshleman's observations of hawks and nature
at the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association in Pennsylvania inspired
this collection of poetry and musings.
MBA'74, Caillè Di Viaggio (Alethéia Antonello Longo Editore).
Author of 80 Italian--language poems and illustrator of the 48
fish paintings found here, Kulczycki takes a symbolic voyage through
the sea to discover the human consciousness.
AB'77, Belladonna (Warner Books). Moline follows the life
of midwestern girl Isabella from pre--World War II London to Manhattan
in the 1950s. There Isabella takes the name Belladonna and plots
revenge against enemies from her youth.
PhB'50, Seven Shades of Memory (Mage Publishers). O'Donnell's
short--story collection features tales of Americans and other foreigners
in the Middle East.