Author Archives: Bookworm
A new issue of the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, Lumen et Vita, has been published. The e-journal presents research and reviews from the STM student body.
The End of the Point by Boston College English Professor Elizabeth Graver has received a couple of end of the year honors, notably from Kirkus Reviews and the New York Times Book Review. Kirkus named the multigenerational story of the … Continue reading →
Author Gary A. Anderson will present “I Give, Therefore I Am: The Primacy of Charity in the Christian Life” on Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. in the Cadigan Alumni Center, Brighton Campus. Anderson, the Hesburgh Professor of Catholic Theology at … Continue reading →
Alumna Molly Burke Hamilton, a former journalist, has written and illustrated Animals on Parade, a new children’s book of poetry about more than two dozen animals from cheetahs to zebras.
A short story by author Michael C. Keith, a faculty member in the Communication Department, appears this month in Blue Hour Magazine. Keith has written more than 20 books, including Voices in the Purple Haze, Waves of Rancor, Dirty Discourse, … Continue reading →
Congratulations to English Professor Elizabeth Graver whose novel The End of the Point was named to Kirkus’ list of Best Historical Fiction of 2013. The End of the Point earned a Kirkus Star, awarded to books of exceptional merit. Kirkus … Continue reading →
Maxim D. Shrayer, professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies, has published a powerful new memoir: Leaving Russia: A Jewish Story. In the first English-language, autobiographical and nonfictional account of growing up Jewish in the former USSR—of refuseniks and the … Continue reading →
Alumna Robin Ryan, a best-selling author living in Washington state, has decided to spread her passion for reading by opening her community’s first Little Free Library. Resembling a large mailbox, a Little Free Library is a free community book-share where … Continue reading →
Boston College will host a book launch event for the new book Hope: Promise, Possibility, and Fulfillment (Paulist Press, 2013) on Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the Heights Room, Corcoran Commons. Edited by School of Theology and Ministry faculty … Continue reading →
Documentary filmmaker and screenwriter Matt Sienkiewicz, an assistant professor of communication, is co-editor (with Nick Marx and Ron Becker) of the new book Saturday Night Live and American TV. The book features essays that address issues ranging from race and … Continue reading →