2021 Alumni Books | UC Davis Magazine



In Peter Easter Frog (Atheneum / Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, 2021), Erin Dealey ’70, credit. ’72, featured a group of animal friends who want to do what the Easter Bunny does.

Elana K. Arnold, MA ’98 offered The house that was not there (Walden Pond Press, 2021), a book for intermediate readers on a new neighbor neighbor friendship.


Craig wilson ’69, JD ’72, wrote his first novel, Kesterson: an environmental thriller (Gatekeeper Press, 2021), about a real environmental disaster in California.

Inspector Lu Fei searched for clues to a brutal murder in rural northern China in Soul thief (St. Martins / Minotaure, 2021) by Brian Klingborg ’90.


Gabrielle Myers, MA ’08, explored food production in his collection of poetry, Too many seeds (Finishing Line Press, 2021).


The Commission (Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2021) edited by Jeanne De Fazio ’74, offered a collection of reflections on the impacts of the pandemic, wildfires and racial violence through a theological lens.

Jason warburg ’84 self-published The Remembering: Thoughts on Love, Art, Faith, Heroes, Grief and Baseball in 2021 – bringing together her own personal essays written about a period that saw the loss of her mother and father and her job, and then a global pandemic.


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