Russell Callander ’59

In my recently published book “Jottings of a Geriatric Judge” I acknowledged Jack Huyler:“The late John S. (Jack) Huyler, M.A., teacher, writer, diarist, horse whisperer and friend, at the Thacher School, Ojai, California, for recommending me to jot.”He did just that. And my treasured copy of his “The Stamp of the School” was exactly that […]

Daniel Gregory ’69

My book was published June 30, 2020, from Princeton Architectural Press: The New Farm: Contemporary Rural Architecture, with an introduction by Abby Rockefeller. It’s about how recent generations of farmers around the globe have reinvented the family farm and its traditions, embracing organic practices and sustainability and, along with them, a bold new use of […]

Justin Grant ’97

I recently published my first book entitled: “Business & Spirituality ~ Secrets of Personal, Professional, & Planetary Evolution.” The work offers a pragmatic path for truth seekers in the global era. The textual content is brought to life with over fifty inspiring images and illustrative diagrams. It speaks to a wide audience: thought leaders, knowledge […]

Randy Head ’74

This July, Cambridge University Press published my latest book, a history of record keeping in Europe from 1400-1700. Indirectly inspired by the digital revolution, it looks at how changes in making, keeping and using documents helped support the rise of modern societies and politics. Meanwhile, I’m just back from the Canary Islands, where I served […]

Glen Gold ’81

Knopf published my memoir I WILL BE COMPLETE. There’s a Thacher component. Thacher has saved a lot of kids; it saved me. Here’s the hype I should be ashamed of, but secretly embrace: www.glendavidgold.com Buy it from your newly-revitalized local independent bookstore. www.indiebound.org/book/9781101946398 Glen Gold CdeP 1981

Lynn White ’59

Lynn has just published a book on the “Rural Roots of Reform before China’s Conservative Change*, available in either hardcover or paperback. Routledge, the publisher, offers this link at which the full text may be viewed by anyone for a few weeks. The book is dedicated to my students and teachers, including those whom I […]

Lynn White ’59

My next book, called Rural Roots of Reform before China’s Conservative Change, will be published by Routledge in June; the paperback and hardbound editions are scheduled to appear at the same time. More info Barbara-Sue and I still spend springs and autumns in Princeton but other seasons mostly in Berkeley. Retirement is liberation! Lynn White […]

Jim Levy ’58

Jim Levy has a new book of poetry called Monet’s Eyes, to be published by Cedar Forge Press in June. The book contains monologues by or about Rilke, Hart Crane, Elizabeth Bishop, Handel, the bluesman Robert Johnson, and other artists, as well as by a Gnostic priest, an Epicurean, and a Cynic. Jim Levy CdeP […]

Meredith Bressie Herrenbruck ’94

A rolling stone gathers no moss, and there is no moss under these feet! Marc and I are blessed to have our second child, Olivia Rhys in September. A week later we found our perfect home in San Rafael. Let’s make change all at once! Why not? Now being mostly moved in, I am focusing […]

Ellen Adams ’05

Ellen Adams was recently selected Ploughshares’ Emerging Writer in non-fiction. In the next few months, her writing will be published by Black Warrior Review, Kenyon Review Online, Southern Humanities Review, and The Carolina Quarterly. She lives and works in Seattle, where she’s revising a novel and developing a book-length work of non-fiction. She’s also been […]