Feast: True Love in and out of the Kitchen, the debut memoir by Hannah Howard MFA '18, is forthcoming from Little A/Amazon in April 2018.
Film critic, pop culture blogger, and longtime managing editor of Baltimore magazine Max Weiss '88 was named one of JMORE magazine's "Jewish media stars in our midst."
Writer, illustrator, and investigator Peggy Adler '63 has been awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who for "career longevity and unwavering excellence" in arts and entertainment.
Isaac Dwyer '17 spent eight weeks this summer studying the Urdu language in India as a recipient of the 2017 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship—a government initiative aimed at expanding the number of Americans studying and mastering critical foreign languages.
WSB-TV Action News anchor Jovita Moore ’89 was recently inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter's Silver Circle, one of NATAS' most prestigious career awards for broadcast television.
Rich Houses, a memoir essay by Samantha Krause '17, was published by Fiction Attic.
Eater New York chronicled the journey of Ned Baldwin ‘94 from sculptor to chef to owner of a New York City restaurant and soon-to-be published cookbook author.
When Andrew Fridae ’12 re-opened The Palms, one of Northern California’s most beloved small music venues, he restored the heart of his hometown of Winters, helping re-vitalize “a town with big dreams.”
Five alumni of Bennington’s MFA in Writing program were distinguished in The Best American Essays 2017 for their notable essays published in the previous year.