SIUE Alumni go on to do many different things, including writing books and professional articles. This page offers an area for Alumni of SIUE to list the items they have written. Take some time to look through the list and see what your fellow Alumni have been up to. Your favorite book just might be written by a SIUE Alum.
Gunjan Bagla (MBA, '81), Doing Business in 21st Century India published by the Business Plus Division of Hachette Book Group. For more information, visit www.amritt.com.
Tom Benjey (BS, '72), Doctors, Lawyers, Indian Chiefs published by Tuxedo Press. Fore more information, visit www.tuxedo-press.com. A-goin' the life of Lone Star Dietz is published by Tuxedo Press. For more information visit www.LoneStarDietz.com
Charles Bosworth, Jr. (BA, '72), Who Killed Jonbenet Ramsey?: A Leading Forensic Expert Uncovers the Shocking Facts, A Killer Among Us, Every Mother's Nightmare, Silent Witness: The Karla Brown Murder Case and Secret Lessons are all True Crime novels published by Onyx. For more information visit Amazon.com.
Helen Collier (BA, '73), My Oprah in Recreating the Legacy published by AuthorHouse. For more information visit www.myoinrecreatingthelegacy.com.
John J. Dunphy (BA, '76), It Happened At The River Bend published by Second Reading Publications and Lewis and Clark's Illinois Volunteers published by Second Reading Publications. For more information e-mail email@example.com
Col. John Flournoy, Jr. (BA, '86) Airlift Wing published by Schiel and Denver Publishing. For more information, visit www.schieldenver.com.
Leonard Fuchs (BA, '67), Thoughts While Shaving published by Real Leaders Digest. For more information call 480-507-7714.
Rick Goettsche (BA, '05), Difficult People published by Xulon Press. For more information visit Xulon Press.
Tim Hillmer (BS, '81), The Hookman and Ravenhill. Ravenhill was published by University of New Mexico Press.
Avalyn Hunter (MA, '89), The Kingmaker: How Northern Dancer Founded a Racing Dynasty and American Classic Pedigrees 1914-2002 both published by Eclipse Press. For more information visit www.eclipsepress.com
Etta Jackson (BA, '75) Unveiling the Secrets of the Feminine Principle and Understanding Your Choice. For more information, visit www.arvestacommunications.com.
George A. Johnson, Jr. (BS, '72, MSED, '74) GET REAL: Open Your Eyes published by Lulu Publishing. For more information, visit http://stores.lulu.com/georgejohnson.
Michael V. LaRiccia (MFA, '05), Black Mane published by One Time Press. For more information visit www.michaellariccia.com/Blackmane.htm
Adrian R. Lewis (MBA, '82), Omaha Beach: A Flawed Victory published by The University of North Carolina Press. For more information visit www.uncpress.unc.edu
Dan (Uhring) Madison (MBA, '77), Process Mapping, Process Improvement, and Process Management is published by Paton Press. For more information visit www.patonpress.com
Mary McHugh (BA, '89), Mud Wars for Kids and More ... Zany Party and Gift Ideas published by 4Wildboys Publishing, LLC. For more information visit www.4wildboys.com.
Dr. Marcia Popp (D Ed, '80, MSEd, '77), comfort in small rooms published by Black Zinnias Press. For more information visit www.calartsandletters.org/.
Dianne Rains (MS, '79, BA '74), Living With a Time Bomb Diabetes and MS published by Tate Publishing LLC in 2006. ISBN: 1-5988628-1-2. For more information visit www.tatepublishing. Also available at Amazon.com and
Michael R. Rawlins (BA, '88), The Last American Sailor: A Wild Ride in the Modern Merchant Marine published by iUniverse.
Janet Grace Riehl (MA, '72, 70 BA), Sightlines: A Poet's Diary published by iUniverse.
Bonnie Lou Risby (BA, '70; MS, '76), Analogy Roundup, Thinking Through Analogies, Analogies for the 21st Century, and Advancing Through Analogies published by Dandy Lion Publication. and The Great Honey Robbery published by Pieces of Learning.
Oliver Schuchard (MFA, '72), The Landscape in Black and White: Oliver Schuchard Photographs, 1967-2005 published by University of Missouri Press.
Shelby Steele (MA, '71), The Content of Our Character: A New Vision of Race in America, A Dream Deferred: The Second Betrayal of Black Freedom in America and White Guilt: How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era all three are published by HarperCollins. For more information visit www.HarperCollins.com
Curtis "Smokey" Stover (BS, '76), The Yankee Dollar Conspiracy published by Writers Club Press. For more information visit iUniverse.com
Eleanor Sullivan (MS, '77 Nursing), Assumed Dead, Deadly Diversion and Twice Dead all from the Monika Everhardt medical mystery series. For more information visit www.eleanorsullivan.com
Robert Wrigley (BA, '74), Lives of the Animals (2003) and Reign of Snakes (1999) published by Penguin Press. Also by Wrigley, Moon in a Mason Jar (1986) and What My Father Believed (1991) published by University of Illinois Press. In 1995 In the Bank of Beautiful Sins by Penguin Press.
Christopher Well (BS, '91), Forgiving Solomon Long (2005), and Deliver Us from Evelyn, both published by Harvest House Publishers. For more information visit Harvest House Publishers.
Donna Werner (MA, '95), What's Ethics Got to Do With It? Co-edited by Donna Werner & John Kavanaugh, SJ, published by St. Louis University Press
Professional Article List
Blevins, J. L. (2004). Battle of the On-Line Brands: Disney Loses Internet Portal War. Television & New Media, vol. 5, No. 3 (pp.247-271).
Brown, D. H., & Blevins, J. L. (2002). The Safe Harbor Agreement Between the United States and Europe: A Missed Opportunity to Balance the Interests of E-Commerce and Privacy On-Line? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, vol. 46, No. 4, (pp. 565-585).
O'Neill, Deb (BS, '79, MBA, '82), Topolski, James, Gotham, Heather, Klinkenberg, W., Brooks, Ashley, Older Adults, Substance Use, and HIV/AIDS: Preparing for a Future Crisis in the Journal of Mental Health and Aging Springer Publishing vol 8:4. Winter 2002.
Updike, Brad (BS, '90). Making Sense of Family Limited Partnership Law After Strangi and Stone: A Better Approach to Planning and Litigation Through the Bona Fide Transaction Exception in the South Dakota Law Review, vol50, Issue 1, March 2005.
Updike, Brad (BS, '90). Exploring the Frontier of Non-Traditional Real Estate Investments: A Closer Look at 1031 Tenancy-In-Common Arrangements in BNA Tax Management Authority's Real Estate Journal, vol 22:9. September 2, 2006.
SIUE Alumni go on to do many different things, including producing CD's. This page offers an area for Alumni of SIUE to list the items they have produced. Take some time to look through the list and see what your fellow Alumni have been up to, your favorite CD just might be by a fellow SIUE Alumnus.
Amy Jo Sawyer (BM, '88, MM '89), According to Amy is a new Jazz accordion cd. The selections are original compositions and standard Jazz Easy Listening repertoire with Rhythm Section. For more information visit www.AmyJoSawyer.com