Exonians in Review
Alumni/ae are urged to advise the Exonians in Review editor of their own publications, recordings, films, etc., in any field, and those of classmates. Whenever possible, authors and composers are encouraged to send one copy of their books and original copies of articles to Edouard Desrochers ’45, ’62 (Hon.), the editor of Exonians in Review, Phillips Exeter Academy, 20 Main Street, Exeter, NH 03833. ALUMNI/AE 1944—Edward M. Lamont. Ned Miner and His
Pioneering Forebears. (University of Rochester Press/Meliora Press, 2010)
1976—Thomas Borstelmann. The 1970s: A New
Global History from Civil Rights to Economic Inequality. (Princeton University Press, 2011)
1966—Meir Z. Ribalow.
Chasing Ghosts: Poems. (NeoPoiesis Press, 2011) —Peanuts and Crackerjacks: A Baseball Novel. (McFarland & Company, 2011) 1973—Michael H. Hoffheimer. Examples &
Explanations: Conflict of Laws. (Aspen Publishers, 2009)
1975—Brooks D. Simpson,
co-editor, and others. The Civil War:The First Year Told by Those Who Lived It. (Library of America, 2011)
1973—Michael H. Hoffheimer. “Conflicting
1983—Michael A. Griffith.
Trophy: A Novel. (Triquarterly Books, 2011) 1984—Christopher P. Atamian, translator, and
Marc Nichanian, introduction. The Bois de Vincennes [by Nigoghos Sarafian, translated from Western Armenian by Atamian]. (Wayne State University Press, 2011)
—and Anne Quinney. “Fatal Duality: Alexandre Dumas on Garibaldi, Cavour, and the Myth of the Risorgimento.” IN Clio. (v. 39, no. 2, spring 2009)
—Political Animal: An Essay on the Character of Shakespeare’s Henry V. (Resource Publications, 2011)
Broken Plate. (Ball State University, 2011) —“There is a Diamond Horsehead on the Chessboard of the Sky” and “Listening for Earthquakes in a Shadow Zone.” IN Handsome. (v. 3, no. 1; Black Ocean, 2011)
BRIEFLY NOTED 1956—Phil Harvey.
The Land of Later On: A Novel. (AmazonEncore, 2011)
— “Family Welfare.” [short story] IN The MacGuffin. (v. 28, no.1, fall 2011)
Embraceable Me [play]. (Samuel French, 2010)
L. Todd Hearon. “Mnemosyne” [poem]. IN Cincinnati Review. (winter 2011) Michael H. McLaughlin.
“Using Dropbox as a course management tool.” (eSchool News, October 2011) Amy D. Schwartz. “Thinking About Progress: Teaching a High School Environmental History Seminar.” IN Organization of American Historians Magazine of History. (v. 25, no. 4, October 2011)
Calling all reviewers!
A Five-Year Odyssey of Coming of Age at Sea. (iUniverse.com, 2011)
island ways.” IN Ocean Navigator. (no. 197, October 2011) FACULTY/ FORMER FACULTY Victor L. Cahn.
STUDENT 2012—Alexander C. Ellison. A Star to Sail Her By:
“Devotional.” [short story] IN The Erotic Review. (issue 118, February 2011)
2004—Ellen C. Massey Leonard. “Learning the
Rules of Interpretation and Construction in Multi-Jurisdictional Disputes.” IN Rutgers Law Review. (v. 63, no. 2, winter 2011)
1996—Jasmine Dreame Wagner. “1998.” IN The
1975—Neil L. Harvey [Producer]. Bioneers: Revo-
lution From the Heart of Nature [radio program]. (Collective Heritage Institute, 2011)
— “Muskrat.” [short story] IN Vermont Literary Review. (2011)
—“There is no part of the body that hasn’t been pierced.” IN New American Writing. (no. 29; OINK! Press, 2011)
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The Exeter Bulletin
The Exeter Bulletin is the quarterly alumni/ae magazine of Phillips Exeter Academy.