Wendy Herbert ’73
Dear Specimen: Poems
In her five-part collection of interwoven poems from a dying parent to a daughter, Herbert examines the human capacity for grief, culpability, and love, asking: Do we as a species deserve to survive?
Beacon Press, October 5, 2021
Stacey Aaronson ’00
Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother: A Memoir
Aaronson’s book is a “tender yet ebullient celebration of life, of love, of death’s mysterious passage, and the mystical forces that bind us all.”
Astoria Books, 2021
Ammura Hernandez ’15
An Eschatological Isolation: A Resident Physician’s Reflections from the Coronavirus Pandemic
Resident physician Hernandez is passionate about the intersections of medicine, humanities, diversity, and social change. An Eschatological Isolation is her debut collection of poetry.
Finishing Line Press, 2021