Our Wins

Compiled by Christian Feuerstein ’94

Janice Blake-Baeza ’89 has published an ebook, How to Exercise a Thoroughbred Race Horse. You can purchase a copy on her website, janiceblakebaeza.com.

Shane ’08 and Jacqui Creepingbear ’06 have launched their own brewery: the Vitruvian Brewing Company in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Annia Ciezadlo ’94 is a finalist for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize with her memoir, Day of Honey.

Maggie Ellinger-Locke ’05 has an article, “Food Sovereignty is a Gendered Issue,” in the latest Buffalo Environmental Law Journal.

Andrew Garrison ’74, featured in last month’s Focus, will be in Dayton to show his film Trash Dance and to give a talk.

Christopher Hebert ’98, featured in March’s Focus, was interviewed by the Fiction Writers Review.

Alexandra Kesman ’08 is heading out to the World Fringe Congress at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe as part of her job as Managing Director for Cincinnati’s Know Theater.

Joe Lowndes ’90 is a contributing author to the new book Steep: The Precipitous Rise of the Tea Party.

Michael Pendleton ’92 was featured on Chicago television about his studio, MP Custom Made.

Melissa Petro ’02 wrote an essay for the website Jezebel.