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The Accidental Chef

Joseph Caputo ’77
Dog Ear Publishing, September 19, 2012

The Accidental Chef is the story of a man who took almost a lifetime to realize that the accidentals of his first fifty years were really the essentials he needed to blossom as a happy, productive chef who enjoys what he does, how he does it, and how he brings enjoyment to others. Joseph Caputo has enjoyed a lifetime of family, educational, and theatrical experiences. He has combined his passion for food, storytelling, and theatre into a recipe for success. Spending countless hours in the kitchen of his boyhood home and in exceptionally fine restaurants in New York City and worldwide have helped him to develop a unique culinary style. Blessed with keen perception as to which ingredients created the great dishes he enjoyed, he most often came home with a recipe all his own, and more spectacular than the original. Today, he is chef/owner of two successful businesses, Catering by Joseph LTD and Zuppa del Giorno, both located in Scranton. The book is available online through national booksellers.

If You Can Play Scranton

Nancy McDonald ’62
Tribute Books, November 18, 2011

At the turn of the 20th century, Scranton, Pennsylvania, was one of the most famous try-out towns for legitimate stage productions. If You Can Play Scranton is a theatrical history of America as seen through the famous performers who came to Scranton. It discusses performances by the best known actors and actresses of the tragic and comic stage, ethnic performers, vaudevillians, musical comedy, concert, orchestra and band performers from 1871-2010. To find out more, you can visit the book’s website or visit its Facebook page.

Reflections of a Cat Whisperer

Mary Ann McNulty Clifford ’73
Kindle Publishing, November 20, 2012

Reflections of a Cat Whisperer is about the author’s journey from childhood and then into life as an adult. This book contains short stories, thoughts, and verses that present descriptions of her interactions with numerous felines over the years. This collection is not one continuous story; rather, it contains descriptions of moments with her thundering herd and other felines. All the expressed observations represented in this book are part of her wishes and dreams. In addition, some food for thought, alongside many tears and countless smiles, can be found throughout its pages. The proceeds made from the sale of this book are designated for research in feline hyertrophic cardiomyopathy heart disease at the Cornell Feline Health Center. For more information or to order the book, visit the publisher’s website, online national booksellers, or a local bookstore.

Thy Will Be Done

M. E. Lynott (Shimp), M.Ed. ’72 (Pen Name: Riley Lynott)
Kindle Publishing, January 2012

Maggie Schmidt is no stranger to loss. Her mother passed away when she was young. Her husband disappeared in a scuba diving accident. Despite this, Maggie lives a happy life with her twin daughters at the beach. When her father dies, she thinks she knows how to handle death, and the changes that come with it. She has no idea that her Father's Will could change everything. With these changes come decisions. Can Maggie open herself up to love again? Is she willing to risk it all with a crush from the past, or will her business partner finally win her heart? Join Maggie in Thy Will Be Done and enjoy the heartfelt story of love, life, and family. May be purchased through www.amazon.com for the Kindle or download the free Kindle App for your computer.

The Strategy Training Program Workbook

Kristin Bewick, ’85 (M.S. ’93, Ph.D. ’02)
MathWord Press, LLC, December 23, 2011

The Strategy Training Program Workbook grew out of Kristin Bewick's doctoral dissertation research at Marywood University. However, the learning strategies in the workbook have been developing since 1987 when she worked as a therapist with clients with special cognitive needs at the John Heinz Institute. Dr. Bewick went on to field test her learning strategy program with children of various ages and grade levels, including those with special needs. The workbook’s fun activities help children develop their skills in studying, remembering, organizing, and concentrating. The Strategy Training Workbook can be used by teachers, parents, tutors, clinicians, and specialists who want to help students learn. The Workbook is available online and at www.avventurapress.com.

Web Design All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition

Sue Jenkins (M.F.A. ’12)
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., January 29, 2013

An award-winning Adobe Certified Instructor and an Adobe Certified Expert, Sue Jenkins is a web and graphic designer, illustrator, and fine art photographer. This second edition of Web Design All-in-One For Dummies is her latest publication. Presently serving as an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Marywood University, Sue has written many “For Dummies” and other instructional books on design, including Smashing Photoshop: 100 Professional Techniques; Web Design For Dummies All-in-One Desk Reference; Tumblr For Dummies, Portable Edition; Dreamweaver CS5 For Dummies All-in-One Desk Reference, and How To Do Everything Illustrator. Her publications may be found online at the publisher’s website or through amazon.com and other online retailers.

If you are a Marywood graduate with a new work—book, music, film, video, art—that has recently been published, produced, performed, or exhibited, let us know! Write to “Seen & Heard,” Marywood Magazine, Marywood University, 2300 Adams Avenue, Scranton, PA 18509, or MarywoodMag@marywood.edu (subject line: “Seen & Heard”). Because of the overwhelming popularity of this section, it may take a few issues for your submission to appear in print.



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