The Bards of Brooks House

John Fulkerson and Ted McMahon, both former residents of Brooks House, joined forces to to send us each three of their favorite poems. We’ve published Ted’s work here before, but this is the first time we’ve heard from John. From John Fulkerson’s collection: Thin Places I thought about Iona, a Scottish isle that’s thin and […]

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Tony Kronman

Not surprisingly, Tony has a few books to his credit. Prior to Confessions of Born Again Pagan, he published Educations End: Why Our Colleges and Universities Have Given Up on the Meaning of Life. At our 50th reunion, he talked about Confessions. Click on the image below for a short review published in the New York Times […]

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Peter Naylor

Peter has taught finance, economics, and international business at Santa Barbara City College for over 28 years. From that experience, and others that preceded it (Brookings Institute, among others) comes the distillation of his knowledge in book form: Methods and Observations of a Practical Economist Click on the image for access to a free copy.

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Peter Abrahams

In Steven King’s words, Peter Abrahams is “my favorite American suspense novelist.” He’s also known as Spencer Quinn when he adds a new title to his Chet and Bernie Mystery series. His most recent book is The Right Side, published in 2017, also a Spencer Quinn book. He has over 36 titles to his credit. […]

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Tom Stevens

The two titles shown below are hard to find today, but we were lucky to latch onto a copy of Shave Ice (1989), a collection of stories, photographs, and columns Tom published in The Maui News between 1974 and 1988. They are absolute gems…

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Bob Gillmore

Here are some cover images of books that Bob has published. The last image on the lower right contains a small bibliography. Gardener and hiker emerge.

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