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Poet and short-story writer Kim Addonizios (B.A., '82; M.A., '86) first novel, "Little Beauties" (Simon and Schuster, 2005), connects the lives of 30-something obsessive-compulsive Diana McQueen, pregnant teenager Janie Ramirez and Stella, Janie's baby, each of whom take turns narrating chapters.

Alex Anderson (B.A., '79), host of HGTV's "Simply Quilts," completed her first quilt as a class project at SFSU. Now an authority on the craft, she takes amateur quilters to the next level of skill in "Keep Quilting With Alex Anderson" (C&T Publishing, 2005).

"Queer Street" (CustomWords, 2005), the third collection of poetry from SFSU Professor Toni Mirosevich (M.A., '92; M.F.A., '94), weaves together the lives and experiences of people who live on a single street.


Sam Schuman (M.A., '66), the chancellor of the University of Minnesota's Morris campus, explores the history and development of small colleges in "Old Main: Small Colleges in Twenty-First Century America" (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005).

Looking for the best noodle joint in Japantown or planning a Gold Country getaway? The eighth edition of "Weekend Adventures in San Francisco and Northern California" (Carousel Press, 2005) by Carole Terwilliger Meyers (B.A., '68) provides the 411 on Bay Area outings.


Steve Heimoff (M.A., '89), the West Coast editor of Wine Enthusiast magazine, takes readers on a tour of one of California's most accomplished wine regions in "A Wine Journey Along the Russian River" (The University of California Press, 2005).

Social psychologist Larry Axelrod (M.A., '87) offers positive solutions for clashes with co-workers in "Turning Conflict Into Profit: A Roadmap for Resolving Personal and Organizational Disputes" (The University of Alberta Press, 2005).


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