Kiyoshi Mino ’01 turns clumps of wool into animal sculptures that “blow taxidermy away.”
- Choosing to Survive
In The Gods of Heavenly Punishment, Jennifer Cody Epstein ’88 weaves personal stories around an upending central act: the 1945 firebombing of Tokyo.
- Everyone Liked Harry
The Hopkins Touch, by David L. Roll ’62, is about the FDR loyalist who mediated the monumental egos within the alliance to defeat Hitler.
- Beyond the Personal
In The Invisible War, Amy Ziering ’84 chronicles sexual assault in the military.
- What Did Zeke Emanuel’s Mother Put in the Cereal?
Brothers Emanuel is not a political or celebrity tell-all, although it does expose some childhood mayhem.
Summer’s the time to trek around the globe and back through history with Amherst authors.