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Celebrating Our Member Writers Published in 2022

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

We're thrilled to celebrate our member writers who have published books in 2022 at a reception on December 15. If you have published this year and are not represented, please email us and let us know! Click any link to learn more about the book and to purchase your own copy.

Learn more about the Library's services for writers here.


Meenakshi Ahamed, A Matter of Trust : India-US Relations from Truman to Trump (HarperCollins Publishers India, July)

Elizabeth Winthrop Alsop, Daughter of Spies: Wartime Secrets, Family Lies (Pact Press, October)

Susan Shapiro Barash, A Passion for More: Affairs That Make or Break Us (Meridian Editions, October)

Lauren Belfer, Ashton Hall (Ballantine Books, June)

Sallie Bingham, Little Brother (Sarabande Books, May)


Christiane Bird,  A Block in Time: A New York City History at the Corner of Fifth Avenue and 23rd Street (Bloomsbury, March)

Christin Brecher, Photo Finished: A Snapshot of NYC Mystery (Kensington Cozies, October)

Marie Brenner, The Desperate Hours: One Hospital's Fight to Save a City on the Pandemic's Front Lines (Flatiron Books, June)

John Buchanan, The Battle of Musgrove's Mill, 1780 (Westholme Publishing, December)

Ada Calhoun, Also a Poet: Frank O’Hara, My Father, and Me (Grove Press, June)


Richard Cohen, Making History: The Storytellers Who Shaped the Past (Simon & Schuster, April)

Melissa Dassori, J.R. Silver Writes Her World (Christy Ottaviano Books, July)

David Santos Donaldson, Greenland (Amistad Press, June)

Robert Ferraro, Xerxes: Sailing the Wings of Morning (independently published, September)

Jeffrey Frank, The Trials of Harry S. Truman: The Extraordinary Presidency of an Ordinary Man, 1945-1953 (Simon & Schuster, March)


Caroline Gertler, Where You’ve Got to Be (Greenwillow Books, September)

Karina Yan Glaser, The Vanderbeekers on the Road (Clarion Books, September)

Anthony Gronowicz, Careless Genius: John Lennon and His Maternal Demon (Palindrome, November)

Ayun Halliday, Creative, Not Famous: The Small Potato Manifesto (Microcosm Publishing, May)

Tullan Holmqvist (with Teresa Sorkin), Lacie’s Secrets (Beaufort Books, April)


Alexandra Horowitz, The Year of the Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves (Viking, September)

Lucy Ives, Life Is Everywhere (Graywolf Press, October)

Paul M. Kaplan, Irving Berlin: From Penniless Immigrant to America's Songwriter (Pelican Publishing, October)

Susan Ko (with Olena Zhadko), Best Practices for Mentoring in Online Programs: Supporting Faculty and Students in Higher Education (Routledge, September)

Kip Langton, Hell of Hosanna (Koehler Books, August)


Alexander Lee (with Avidit Acharya), The Cartel System of States: An Economic Theory of International Politics (Oxford University Press, December)

Maryann MacDonald (illustrated by Cyndi Wojciechowski), How to Have Friends (Albert Whitman & Company, April)

Bruce McEver, Many Paths: A Poet’s Journey Through Love, Death, and Wall Street (C&R Press, April)

Caitlin Macy, A Blind Corner (Little, Brown & Company, June)

Fran Manushkin (illustrated by Bruce Degen), Scoot: A Tiny New York Bird with a Great Big Idea (Holiday House, November)


Nancy Matsumoto (with Michael Tremblay), Exploring the World of Japanese Craft Sake: Rice, Water, Earth (Tuttle Publishing, May)

Sara Cedar Miller, Before Central Park (Columbia University Press, June)

Emma Otheguy (illustrated by Andrés Landazábal), Reina Ramos Works It Out (HarperCollins, September) and Sofía Acosta Makes a Scene (Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers (January)

Ellen Pall, Must Read Well (Bancroft Press, October)

Anna Pitoniak, Our American Friend (Simon & Schuster, February)


Betsy Prioleau, Diamonds and Deadlines: A Tale of Greed, Deceit, and a Female Tycoon in the Gilded Age (Harry N. Abrams, March)

Robert Quackenbush, Henry’s Pizzas (Aladdin Paperbacks, November), Sherlock Chick and the Giant Egg Mystery (Aladdin Paperbacks, February), Henry’s Lollipops (Aladdin Paperbacks, May), and Rickshaw to Horror: A Miss Mallard Mystery (Aladdin Paperbacks, October)

Tracy Quan (with Boogie), Persona Non Grata (powerHouse Books, September)

Chris Raschka, Meow (Greenwillow Books, May) and (with Alice Faye Duncan), Yellow Dog Blues (Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, September)

Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, Writing the City: Essays on New York (Library of America Landscape History, June)


Melissa Roske (contributor), Coming of Age: 13 B’nai Mitzvah Stories (Albert Whitman & Company, April)

Francesca Stanfill, The Falcon’s Eyes (Harper, July)

Stacy Schiff, The Revolutionary: Samuel Adams (Little, Brown & Company, October)

Sidney S. Stark, Tried as Silver (Momentum Ink Press, June)

Allison Weiser Strout, Next Door to Happy (Margaret Ferguson Books, July)


Barbara Schofield Suleiman, The Golden Cobweb: The Exotic Journey of an Englishman Who Became Genealogist for the Thai Royal Family (Authorhouse, July)

Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan (with Hillary Jordan), editors, Anonymous Sex (Scribner Book Company, February)

Ellen Warner, The Second Half: Forty Women Reveal Life After Fifty (Brandeis University Press, January)

L.M. Weeks, Bottled Lightning (South Fork Publishers LLC, June)

Alan A. Winter (with Herbert J. Stern), Sins of the Fathers: A Novel (Skyhorse Publishing, February 2022)

Meg Wolitzer (illustrated by Micah Player), Millions of Maxes (Rocky Pond Books, January)

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