Recent books by Peace Corps writers
May 2004

    Regarding Hwange
    And Other Matters of Perception
    by Joshua Caine Anchors (Zimbabwe 1998–00)
    93 pages

    Logic Made Easy
    How to Know When Language Deceives You

    by Deborah J. Bennett (Ghana 1980–81)
    W.W. Norton & Co.
    April, 2004
    256 pages

    Einstein Defiant*
    Genius versus Genius in the Quantum Revolution
    by Edmund Blair Bolles (Tanzania 1966–68)
    Joseph Henry Press
    April, 2004
    348 pages

    Our Natural History
    Lessons from Lewis and Clark

    by Daniel Botkin (Philippines 1962–64)
    Oxford Press
    May 2004
    328 pages

    Beyond Siberia:
    Two Years in a Forgotten Place
    by Sharon Dirlam (Russia 1996–98)
    McSeas Books
    May 2004
    363 pages

    by Kent Haruf (Turkey 1965–67)
    May 2004
    320 pages

    Chicken Soup for the Fisherman's Soul
    Fish Tales to Hook Your Spirit and Snag Your Funny Bone

    Phil Bob Hellmich (Sierra Leone 1985–89), contributor
    Health Communications
    May, 2004
    384 pages

    From Rucksack to Backpack
    A Young Woman's Journey in a
    Newly Evolving World

    by Juliane Heyman (Staff PC/W 1961–66)
    Xlibris Corporation,
    May 2004
    158 pages

    Genesis, Structure, and Meaning in Gary Snyder's Mountains and Rivers Without End
    by Anthony Hunt (Nigeria 1963–65)
    University of Nevada Press
    April 2004
    328 pages

    Sojourns in West Africa
    by Steven E. Keenan (Liberia 1963-65)
    May 2004
    117 pages

    The Mold in Dr. Florey’s Coat
    The Story of the Penicillian Miracle

    by Eric Lax (Micronesia 1966–68)
    John Macrae/Henry Holt
    April 2004
    308 pages

    Against the Current
    The Life of Lain Singh Bangdel - Writer, Painter and Art Historian of Nepal

    by Don Messerschmidt (Nepal 1963–65)
    with Dina Bangdel
    Bangkok: Orchid Press; Weatherhill Inc.
    May 2004
    232 pages

    The Importance of Being Famous
    Behind the Scenes of the Celebrity-Industrial Complex

    by Maureen Orth (Colombia 1964–66)
    Henry Holt & Company
    May, 2004
    372 pages

    Dog-of the-Sea-Waves
    (children ages 4–8)
    by James Rumford (Chad 1971–74; Afghanistan 1974–75)
    Houghton Mifflin,
    May 2004
    40 pages

    The Life and Times of Sargent Shriver

    by Scott Stossel
    Smithsonian Institution Press
    May 2004
    704 pages

    Eclectica Magazine
    Best Fiction, V. 1
    edited by Tom Dooley
    David Taylor (Mauritania 1983–85), contributor
    August, 2003
    410 pages

    Maid Marian
    by Elsa Watson (Guinea-Bissau 1996–98)
    Crown Publishers
    307 pages
    April 2004

    American Taboo:
    A Murder in the Peace Corps
    by Philip Weiss
    384 pages
    May 2004