A selection of recent publications authored by Cal State Long Beach alumni.
By Edward Boersma ’60
Through narrative, photos and documents, Boersma tells the true story of his Dutch family who survived Nazi oppression during the occupation of the Netherlands in World War II while risking their lives to hide and feed Jews. “Like Job in the Old Testament, [we] gained rich blessings,” he said.
By Janice Cantore ’85
Tyndale House Publishers
Suspense fiction author Janice Cantore writes from 22 years of experience as a Long Beach police officer. Her latest book introduces a new character, Detective Carly Edwards, who uses her faith in God to help determine the truth in a murder case.
Illustrated by Joshua Kemble ’05; written by Byron
Clavicle, Grüte Skullbasher and Benjamin Chadwick
Kemble illustrated this comedic take on how modern men can look and behave like barbarians and even make their own barbarian films. His studio work includes editorial illustrations, comic books, posters and more.
By William J. Linehan ’66, ’ 71
In this fiction novel, the Kid awakens to find Pecos Bill and Widowmaker on his lawn with a list of scary secrets. Despite refusals, the Kid is pushed back behind the wheel in a frantic road trip with son Cody, Uncle Bart and fuzzy puppet Cubby to visit Aunt Sarah on the reservation.
By Sonya Shelton ’88
Executive Leadership Books
Shelton, CEO and founder of Executive Leadership Consulting, shares proven strategies to help transform executives into leaders by moving people to action, igniting passion and inspiring others to do better. Her clients include startups as well as Fortune 100 companies.
By Dara O. Sok ’04
Sok’s third book continues the tale of his character, Shin-Shin Igami, and uncovers the trials and tribulations that Igami endured as the result of betrayal and deceit. Sok fled from Cambodia to the U.S. during the Khmer Rouge regime.
By Gerald R. Wheeler ’62
Pure Heart Press
Wheeler’s collection of narrative war poems was inspired by interviews and contacts with wounded combat veterans over a 40-year period, and his own coming of age. After a career in law enforcement, social services and academia, he now is a writer and photographer in Katy, Texas.
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