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32 > Image 32 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 63, no. 1, 1993

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lumni, UK faculty and UK staff - and those around them. The material Magazine of Fantasy if Science Fiction, Amembers are invited to submit 1 is presented in a question-answer for- Aboriginal Science Fiction, and the 1 material for UK Authors, a fea- I mat. (Consulting Psychologist Press, anthologies Final Shadows and Women ture of the Associations publications. Inc. P.O. Box 10096, Palo Alto, CA 1 ofDarkness II. (Berkley/Ace Books, ` Books, magazine articles, plays, poems, 94303-0979. 1-800-624-1765. Book, 1 The Berkley Publishing Group, 200 recordings and films published within 1 $1512.50 Teachers Guide, $3.00.) ' Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016. the past 24 months are among the y , Alien Eyes, $4.99; Alien Blues, $4.50.) items listed. Please include publishers MARKETING PHARMACEUTICAL address. Send to the University of SERVICES, PATRON LOYALTY, 1 RIVERSIDE REMEMBERED by Wallace Q Kentucky Alumni Association, King SATISFACTION, AND PREFERENCES, Briggs, retired professor of theater at . Alumni House, Lexington, KY 40506- edited by Harry A. Smith 49 and UK The book, "is a chance to take a 0119. FAX 606-258-1063. Stephen joel Coons, provides data 1 trip to the 1920s when bilious chil- , from which practicing pharmacists dren were given doses of Calomel, _ LEADERS IN AMERICAN GEO- can develop a service program de- people traveled across country by I GRAPHIC EDUCATION by UK geogra signed for its patrons and marketing train, fishin poles were made from phy professor P.P. Karan, and Thomas 1 strategies for promoting those ser- i willow branches, and a flawed china A F. Barton of Indiana University, is the vices. Smith is a professor at UKs plate was a treasure that every child ` first of a three-volume study. Based on College of Pharmacy, and Coons is an 1 coveted." Briggs tells the story of a a national survey, the book identifies 1 associate professor of pharmacy A young mother and her son who trav- 80 American geographers and their 1 administration at the University of y eled many summers to Mississippi to contributions to geographic educa- Arizona in Tucson. (Pharmaceutical 1 stay with her parents and her married tion. The second volume on leaders in 1 Products Press, 10 Alice Street, sister. It is the story of change and research will be published in 1995, Binghamton, NY 13904-1580. 3549.95, maturation. (University Press of and the third volume on leaders in hard cover, $29.95, soft cover.) Kentucky, 663 South Limestone world geography in 1996. (New Mex- Street, Lexington, KY40508-4008. 606- ` ico Geographical Society, 2916 Snow NATURAL SELECTIONS by Jeff Wor- 257-5200. $25.00.) I Road, Mesilla, NM 88046. $20.00 pp.) ley, associate editor of UKs magazine I ( on research, Odyssey, in collaboration PRIMARY UNDERSTANDINGS IN HOW IS JESUS GOOD NEWS? by with Lance Olsen, former assistant PHILOSOPHY FOR UNDERSTAND- 1 Ray Notgrass 75, minister with the 1 professor of English at UK and now y ING THEOLOGY, edited by Diogenes Philo Road Church of Christ in 1 associate professor of English at the 1 Allen 54 and Eric O. Springsted. 4 1 Urbana, Illinois since 1985, discusses University of Idaho, has won the Allen is Stuart Professor of Philosophy . the basic claims of the Christian mes- national Still Waters Press Fourth- at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1 sage and how they apply to life today. Annual Poetry Competition. The col- Newjersey, and Springsted is chaplain I (Resource Publications, 202 South . lection, which focuses on animal life, and associate professor of Philosophy Locust, Searcy,AR72143.) exhibits an "exquisite empathy with and Religion at Illinois College in , 1 the animal world . . . and the sense of 1 jacksonville, Illinois. This book 1 ARE YOU MY TYPE? or WHY p the human struggle with inevitabilities 1 explores philosophic terms or con- . ARENT YOU MORE LIKE ME? by of life on earth." (Still Waters Press, 1 cepts vital to understanding many 1 Claudine G. Wirths 46, 48 and Mary 112 West Duerer Street, Galoway, N] 1 issues in Christian theology. The writ- 1 Bowman-Kruhm. Wirths is on the 08201-9402. 609-652-1790. $5.00) ings included deal with philosophical 1 adjunct faculty of Frederick Com- issues crucial to the understanding of , munity College in Maryland, and a 1 ALIEN BLUES nd ALIEN EYES, by theology and show responses to those 1 full-time consultant and speaker. Lynn S. Hightower issues from Plato to the present. " 1 Bowman-Kuhn was a teacher at the _,f,_ .; 77, are two in a (Westminster/john Knox Press, 100 1 University of Maryland and Western L, series of futuristic Witherspoon Street, Suite 1620, . 1 Maryland College, and is now a free- E police procedurals. Louisville, KY40202-1396. $19.95.) ` 1 lance writer, consultant and speaker. I .31 W X ,, ..._ Her mystery/sus- 1 1 This book offers an introduction to _ I pense novel, Satank MARGARET THATCHER'S DOCTRINE Y temperament theory and the concepts Lambs, featuring 1 ON RECOGNITION OF CROATIA, by _ of psychological type specifically for A = 1. it Kentuckybased P.I. Margaret Stewart Omrcanin 37, 41. teenagers at the middle and high Lena Padgett, will be brought out in (Ivor Press, 700 New Hampshire 1 school level. Students will gain under- hardcover in june 1993. Hightowers Avenue, N.W., Apt. 701, Washington, A standing and insight about themselves short fiction has appeared in The 1 D.C. 20037.) ` 1 30 Kentucky Alumnus Spring 1993