Living Loving and Unlearning by Cynthia Brennen '83
Cynthia Brennen ’83 Living, Loving & Unlearning: A Therapist’s Guide to Healing and Living Authentically from the Inside Out (Lulu.com, 2014)
A guide to living a life of balance, health, and authenticity, this book reminds readers that it is never too late to pursue lifelong dreams.
Mirror Sight by Kristen Britain '87
Kristen Britain ’87 Mirror Sight (DAW Hardcover, 2014)
Adventure, romance, humor, time travel, and dark magic are all on hand for the fifth volume in the Green Rider series. The first volume was published in 1998.
Blaise Ferrandino ’80
Blaise Ferrandino ’80 Retrieving the Spirit (2012)
Ferrandino composed a musical drama for voice, piano, clarinet, and cello based on the poetry chapbook Retrieving the Spirit by Kathleen Curry ’79. The musical premiered in April 2012 at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, where Ferrandino is professor and division chair of theory and composition.
Julie and Me by Rich Finzer '71
Rich Finzer ’71 Julie & Me (Amazon e-novel, 2013)
A love story set on the Ithaca College campus in the early 1970s, Julie & Me traces how three chance encounters between a lonely man and a woman with a troubled past lead to a relationship filled with romance, passion, betrayal, and ultimately, forgiveness.
Dog and Pony by Richard Herr '58
Richard Herr ’58 Dog and Pony (Prankish Publications, 2014)
Harry Chatham’s peaceful life running a company becomes complicated after a new employee displays extraordinary skills. Harry has numerous adventures trying to return his life to the way it was.
A Dictionary for the Modern Singer by Matthew Hoch '99
Matthew Hoch ’99 A Dictionary for the Modern Singer (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014)
Hoch’s newest book is a comprehensive lexicon of vocal terminology. Hoch is an assistant professor of voice at Auburn University and choirmaster and minister of music at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Auburn, Alabama.
The Yale Swallow Protocol by Steven Leder ’74 and Debra Suiter
Steven Leder ’74 and Debra Suiter The Yale Swallow Protocol: An Evidence-Based Approach to Decision Making (Springer Science+Business Media, 2014)
This book is a screening instrument that identifies aspiration risk and recommends specific oral diets that eliminate the need for further instrumental dysphagia testing.
Crepuscular Non Driveway by Jerry Mirskin
Jerry Mirskin Crepuscular Non Driveway (Mammoth Books, 2014)
Professor Mirskin’s third full-length collection of poetry, written in what one reviewer calls Mirskin’s “distinctly American voice,” juxtaposes the ordinary with the exceptional, enabling readers to gain a new understanding of the world around them.
Fresh Outta the Garage by Jim Robertson ’89
Jim Robertson ’89 Fresh Outta the Garage (CD Baby, 2013)
Based in northern New Jersey, Jim and his band, FELT, consider their sound “acoustafolkadelica.” Their debut album uses imaginative lyrics to give their music a rootsy, American sound.
High and Dry by Sarah Hoover Skilton ’99
Sarah Hoover Skilton ’99 High and Dry (Amulet Books, 2014)
A high school soccer player spends a frantic week trying to clear his name, win the girl of his dreams, and escape a past that may be the reason for his current problems, which include being framed for a stranger’s near-fatal overdose and pressured to throw an upcoming game.
Chasing Athens by Marissa Tejada ’00
Marissa Tejada ’00 Chasing Athens (Musa Publishing, 2014)
A heartbroken American expat whose new husband ditches her after they move abroad builds a new life in Greece until an emergency back home in Ithaca, New York, forces her to confront her disappointing past and redefine the meaning of home.
This Is My House by Aaron Tindall
Aaron Tindall This Is My House (Potenza Music, 2014) Professor Aaron Tindall’s second solo tuba recording includes a wide variety of new pieces and some older favorites, including Hindemith’s Sonata for Tuba performed in a completely new way. This album received two Global Music Awards, one in the instrumental soloist category and the other in the creativity and originality category.
Sunken Cathedral by Bora Yoon ’02
Bora Yoon ’02 Sunken Cathedral (Innova, 2014)
This new multimedia album from Yoon—a 2014 TED fellow composer and performer—blends digital devices, found objects, and instruments from a variety of cultures and centuries with her own voice to create a series of surreal soundscapes.
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