by Rand Richards Cooper ’80
This book follows six American culinary writers active in France in the decades after World War II.
by Robert E. Weir
A professor takes a sweeping new look at a short but bloody war.
by Rachel Rogol
Sabato Visconti ’09 discovered a new art form from a most unlikely source: a defective memory card.
by Josh Bell ’02
On 35mm film, a new movie evokes the look and spirit of a classic.
by Katherine Duke ’05
ENERGY! COURAGE! PERSISTENCE! SUCCESS! EXCLAMATION POINTS! Amherst authors have what you need to power through the long season.
by Paul Statt ’78
A poet resurrects an ancient tale.