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    • 59 WEEKS 

      Atkins, Stephanie M. (2020-06-23)
    • The Attention Wars: How We Misunderstand Attention and What's Actually Affecting Our Ability to Focus 

      Clemons, Anthony (2020-08-24)
      The Attention Wars is a story about how we misunderstand attention and what's actually affecting our ability to focus. Throughout the book, I debunk the belief that our attention is dwindling and show examples from gaming ...
    • Before They Go 

      MacMillan, Brooke (2017-01-09)
      This manuscript explores the world’s fastest-growing demographic: the elderly. We are moving into a hyper-aging era in which people are living longer — the average life expectancy increases by more than five hours a day. ...
    • A Cold Humidity 

      Morris, Rebekah (2020-06-20)
      A Cold Humidity by Rebekah Morris is a personal memoir—centered around the stories of women from a rekindling family as they attempt to break free from patterns of insecurity and desperation in the working class Midwest ...

      Ramsey-Jevne, Juanita (2017-07-06)
      Death, Take My Hand is a memoir about witnessing death in many forms, told without pathos, and with a surprising degree of beauty and joy. The main thread traces first my mother-in-law in 2014, then my husband in 2017, as ...
    • Detroit: A White Woman's Recollection. Essays on Fifteen Years of Living in The Motor City 

      Farrell Azuta, Michele (2019-01-29)
      Detroit: A White Woman’s Recollection
    • Doctorish 

      Torregiani, Seth (2022-05-27)
      A medical memoir of my career in osteopathic medicine, the choice I made to become a doctor, anecdotes from my training, and coping with burnout.
    • Edith Houghton Hooker: A Life 

      Myers, Margaret Grace (2018-06-29)
    • Eighty-One Percent Acting 

      Fuchs, Michael (2021-12-17)
      Eighty-One Percent Acting is a collection of narrative essays that explore subjects like immigration, the subtext of business, fatherhood, septuagenarian sex, mortality and more. Each essay represents a particular facet ...
    • Everything Still Strong Within Me 

      Bozmarova, Ellie (2019-01-14)
      Everything Still Strong Within Me is an immigrant memoir about a Bulgarian atheist-turned-Pentecostal preacher, Lyubomir Bozmarov, who fled post-communist Bulgaria for Southern California, written from the perspective of ...
    • Exile and Return 

      Buskey, Megan (2017-07)
      Most think of World War II in black and white terms. For millions of people throughout Eastern Europe, however, the experience was much more complicated. Following the death of my grandmother, I set out to trace my Ukrainian ...
    • Exposure: Confronting Anxiety 

      Brandt, Amanda (2021-06-08)
      Anxiety disorders, like many invisible illnesses, can ravage the internal lives of people who seem “normal,” who appear to function well in their lives and in society. In “Exposure: Confronting Anxiety,” Amanda G. Brandt ...
    • Far From the Tree 

      Conway, Dominque (2021-04-14)
      This project focuses on how race and space are experienced in the United States by drawing on my family history and my own experiences as a person of mixed racial heritage. Here, I incorporate genealogy, personal narrative, ...
    • The Five-Star: Pandemic, Postponement, and Perseverance in the Horse World 

      Charles, Ann (2021-12-30)
      The Five-Star: Pandemic, Postponement, and Perseverance in the Horse World, a long-form work of literary journalism, ventures into the little-known sport of equestrian eventing, spotlighting a robust community of riders ...
    • For the Love of a Neighbor 

      Willoughby, Laura Jane (2022-02-14)
    • The Heart is a Muscle 

      Reilley, Megan (2021-05-21)
      In her creative nonfiction thesis, “The Heart is a Muscle,” Megan Reilley examines how her identity as a motherless daughter informs her navigation of difficult circumstances as a mother of four, including supporting a ...
    • The Impatient 

      Levy, Lisa (2022-06-18)