By Meadow Linn ’00 and Denise Linn. Hay House, 2012. The Mystic Cookbook is not only a cookbook but also a recipe book for eating and living well by connecting with your meals on a soul level. The book explores the notion that eating is not just about feeding our physical appetites but also about more »
By William Haylon ’81. iUniverse, 2012. A story of the journey through adolescence and into adulthood, this work of fiction is a visit into the mind of a young boy, Will, as he navigates four years of private school and the self-discovery that comes with growing up.
By Darlingside, featuring Dave Senft ’07, Harris Paseltiner ’09, Auyon Mukharji ’07, Don Mitchell ’06 and Sam Kapala ’09. Darlingside Music Publishing, 2012. The first full-length album by the band, featuring five singer-songwriters, a mandolin, a cello, a violin, guitars and drums. This album features more strings and more complex vocals than Darlingside’s previously released more »
By Robert Jordan. RedFlash Press, 2010. A guide for building powerful businesses from the ground up featuring quotes from and interviews with 45 entrepreneurs, including John Croghan ’82 and Phil Sheridan ’82.
By Spencer Beebe ’68. Ecotrust Publications, 2010. Beebe’s central message is that both traditional economics and traditional conservation have failed to deliver “reliable prosperity.” He suggests that neither will succeed in doing so until they are grounded in principles found in nature. Cache is the story both of how Beebe arrived at this conviction and more »
By William J. Gehron ’50. Lulu Publishing, 2010. A chronicle of three generations of the Gehron family by one whose life typified what has come to be known as The Greatest Generation.
He Who is Blessed. Produced by Tutto Buono and The Shaking Ray Levi Society, 2009. Set in libraries, theaters, gardens and monasteries around the world, this film tells the story of Harvey Simmonds ’61—known as Brother Benedict since he became a Trappist monk in 1983—and reevaluates the role of monks and the religious orders in more »