Mixed Media


  • Nonfiction

    • The Man in the Monster: An Intimate Portrait of a Serial Killer by Martha Elliott ‘73 Penguin, 2015

    • Women and Girls Rising: Progress and Resistance around the World by Ellen Chesler ‘69 and Terry McGovern Routledge, 2015

    • Sex and the Office: Women, Men, and the Sex Partition That’s Dividing the Workplace by Kim Elsesser ‘86 Taylor Trade Publishing, 2015

    • How Racism and Sexism Killed Traditional Media: Why the Future of Journalism Depends on Women and People of Color by Joshunda Sanders ‘00 Praeger, 2015

    • Political Animals: How Our Stone-Age Brain Gets in the Way of Smart Politics by Rick Shenkman ‘76 Basic Books, 2015

    • For Love of the British Isles: Anglophile Diaries Through the Decades by Nan Pendergrast ‘41 Nature’s Face, 2015

    • Voices from American Prisons: Faith, Education and Healing by Kaia Stern ‘94 Routledge, 2014

    • Protagoras: Ancients in Action Daniel Silvermintz ‘90 Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

    • Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in an American City by Katherine Jensen ‘09, contributor (editor, Javier Auyero) University of Texas Press, 2015

    • Selected Writings of  Ella Higginson by Laura Laffrado ‘79 and Ella Higginson Whatcom County Historical Society, 2015

    • Women Artists: The Linda Nochlin Reader by Linda Nochlin ‘51 (editor, Maura Reilly) Thames & Hudson, 2015

    • Shapeshifters: Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship by Aimee Meredith Cox ‘94 Duke University Press, 2015

    • The History of the Canterbury School: 1964–2014 by Marnie Paulus ‘72 Canterbury School, 2015

    • The Koç School: 1988–2008 by Marnie Paulus ‘72 Vehbi Koç Foundation, 2008

    • Archives of Desire by J. Samaine Lockwood ‘96 The University of North Carolina Press, 2015

    • Mira Tager Lehr: Arc of Nature by Mira Lehr ‘56 Hudson Hills, 2015

    • The Reading Strategies Book by Jennifer Serravallo ‘99 Heinemann, 2015

    • Something I Heard by Bernard Holland (Introduction by Richard Wilson,  professor of music) Hagan Books, 2015

    • Intimate Coercion: Recognition and Recovery by Marti Loring ‘66 and Melissa Scardaville Rowman & Littlefield, 2015

  • Fiction

    • Woman in Battle Dress by Antonio Benitez-Rojo, Translated by Jessica Ernst Powell ’95 City Lights, 2015

    • A Call from Spooner Street by Carol Ascher ‘63 Mill Street Press, 2015

    • Not on Fire, but Burning: A Novel by Greg Hrbek ‘90 Melville House, 2015

    • Bright Lines: A Novel by Tanwi Nandini Islam ‘04 Penguin Books, 2015

    • Dime by Emily Rosenblum  (Writing as E.R. Frank) ‘90 Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2015

    • Today Is Not Your Day by Marian Axelrod (Thurm) ‘73 SixOneSeven Books, 2015

    • River Road by Carol Goodman ’81 Touchstone, 2016

    • The Unfortunates by Sophie McManus ’00 Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015

    • The Sparrow Sisters by Ellen Rudd Herrick ’80 William Morrow Paperbacks, 2015

    • Stolen Light by Claudia Riess ’59 ArchwayPublishing, 2015

    • Downcast by Cait Khemka Reynolds ‘96 Booktrope Editions, 2015

    • There’s a Small Hotel by Elizabeth (Buffy) Rappleye Cooke ‘46 Abbott Press, 2014

    • Secrets of a Small Hotel by Elizabeth (Buffy) Rappleye Cooke ‘46 Abbott Press, 2014

    • The Hotel Next Door by Elizabeth (Buffy) Rappleye Cooke ‘46 Abbott Press, 2015

    • A Tale of Two Hotels by Elizabeth (Buffy) Rappleye Cooke ‘46 Abbott Press, 2015

    • How to Game People Without Even Trying by Elizabeth (Buffy) Rappleye Cooke ‘46 ArchwayPublishing, 2015

    • The Vassar Murders by Matthew Siemionko ‘04 CreateSpace Independant Publishing, 2015

  • Poetry

    • Searching for the Northern Lights by Laura Altshul ‘62 Antrim House, 2015

    • Mrs. Schrödinger’s Breast by Quinton (Quinnie) Hallett ‘68 Uttered Chaos Press, 2015

Mixed Media

Announcements about publications or music releases may be sent to vq@vassar.edu


Fall: July 1

Winter: November 1

Spring/Summer: April 1 Nonfiction