The latest alumni publications.

Native Girl Rites

Native Girl Rites (Metamorphosis Publishing), by Indigo Cox, also known as Dr. Malana Moshesh (M.D. ’97), is a suspenseful tale of a mixed heritage town abortionist who opposes perspectives from...

Native Girl Rites
Kinder County

Kinder County (Taylor Made Publishing LLC), by Reta M. Shiver (M.Ed. ’73) is a fictional account of trials and challenges in the life of a public servant.

The story focuses on...

Kinder County
How to Pray a Prayer That Changes Everything

How to Pray a Prayer That Changes Things (Carl Bentley Ministries), by Carl Bentley (D.Min ’88) is a brief compendium of prescribed behaviors, attitudes and disciplines that can be engaged to...

How to Pray a Prayer That Changes Things
The Good Life

The Good Life: Abounding In All Good Things (Christian Faith Publishing Inc.), by Sandra Powell Sutton (J.D. ’90) teaches seven groundbreaking lessons on how to enjoy the good life.

The...

The Good Life: Abounding In All Good Things
Reconsidering Roots

Reconsidering Roots: Race, Politics, and Memory (The University of Georgia Press), by Kellie Carter Jackson (B.A. ’04) and Erica L. Ball, is a co-edited volume that examines Alex Haley’s “Roots...

Reconsidering Roots: Race, Politics, and Memory
Journeys of Race, Color and Culture

Journeys of Race, Color, & Culture: From Racial Inequality to Equity & Inclusion (New Dynamics Publications), by Rick Huntley (M.S.W. ’86), Rianna Moore and Carol Pierce, explores people...

Journeys of Race, Color, & Culture: From Racial Inequality to Equity & Inclusion

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