Author Profile – Diana Murray ’90

09.22.2018Author Profile – Diana Murray ’90

Diana Murray ’90—the author of City Shapes, Doris the Bookasaurus, Grimelda: The Very Messy Witch, Groggle's Monster Valentine, and Ned the Knitting Pirate,—describes her life as an author of children's books.

Author Profile – Daphne Uviller ’89

01.29.2018Author Profile – Daphne Uviller ’89

Author Profile – Marguerite F. Elisofon ’74

01.29.2018Author Profile – Marguerite F. Elisofon ’74

Nick Bruel ’83 – Author Profile

12.15.2016Nick Bruel ’83 – Author Profile

The author of Bad Kitty Drawn to Trouble, Bad Kitty Goes to the Vet, Bad Kitty Makes Comics and You Can Too!" and many other books describes how he became an author and illustrator.

Catherine E. Price ’97

05.12.2016Catherine E. Price ’97

Watch an interview with the author of Vitamania: How Vitamins Revolutionized the Way We Think About Food and learn about her research into the history and current use of vitamins.

Brian DeLeeuw ’99

01.12.2016Brian DeLeeuw ’99

Watch an interview with the author of The Dismantling and learn about his process in writing this novel about the world of illegal organ sales.

Kristina Pérez ’98

09.12.2015Kristina Pérez ’98

Kristina Pérez ’98, talks about her book, The Myth of Morgan la Fey and discusses the changing roles and interpretations of one of the most powerful and enduring female characters in English literature. Her book is reviewed in the summer 2015 edition of Trinity Per Saecula.

Charles Edel ’97

09.12.2015Charles Edel ’97

Charles Edel ’97, talks about his book, Nation Builder:John Quincy Adams and the Grand Strategy of the Republic and the importance and relevance, in today’s world, of the sixth president of the United States. His book is reviewed in the summer 2015 edition of Trinity Per Saecula.

David Huyssen ’98

05.12.2015David Huyssen ’98

The author of Progressive Inequality: Rich and Poor in New York, 1890-1920 talks about his passion for this period in the history of New York City.

Emily J. Levine

05.12.2015Emily J. Levine

The author of Dreamland of Humanists: Warburg, Cassirer, Panofsky, and the Hamburg School talks about her exploration of the lives of some of the leading voices of the Hamburg School.