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From Inkling
to Ink:
How a book becomes a book

DePauw Magazine, Spring 2022

From Inkling to Ink

IN THIS ISSUE:

DePauw’s expansive contribution to book publishing / Student newspaper’s profound effect on journalism / and more

Professor Chris White standing on the Asbury Hall staircase Photo: Brittney Way
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The fiction author

 

James R. Stewart ’73 Photo: Jörg Meyer
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The Nonfiction Author

 

Troy Cummings ’96 Photo: Jen Krick Bischoff
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The children’s author and illustrator

 

John Jakes ’53
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The Bestseller

 

Headshot of The Accidental Author Charles Bennett
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The Accidental Author

 

Jonathan Bailor ’05 walking in a field on a sunny day Photo: James Ramirez
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The self-published author

 

Mary Jane “Jayme” Scully Robinson ’74
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The Ghostwriter

 

Brittain Phillips ’03
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The Niche Publisher

 

Erin Wick '11 sits before book-lined shelves Photo: Jörg Meyer
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The literary fiction editor

Brant Rumble is a nonfiction editor
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The nonfiction editor

Maria Manuela Mendez Da Silveira ’19 poses on her rooftop in NYC Photo: Jörg Meyer
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The assistant editor

Brianna Scharfenberg ’14 Photo: Flanders Creatives
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The Publicist

 

Hallie Patterson ’07 Photo: Jörg Meyer
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The Children’s Book Publicist

 

 John A. Blake ’66
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Meeting Jimmy Hoffa

 

The DePauw student newspaper
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The DePauw at 170

Meg Kissinger ’79 Photo: Gary Porter
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A Sense of Identity

 

Jon Fortt ’98
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Freedom to Experiment

 

Brock Turner ’17
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Confidence-builder

 

Eric Aasen Photo: KERA
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A Solid Foundation

 

Bob Giles ’55
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Collaborative spirit

 

Byron Mason ’20
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A Way to Give Back

 

Dana Ferguson ’14 Photo: Jim Nord
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Ethical decision-making

 

Christine DiGangi ’11
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Eye-opening experience

 

Ellen Kobe ’13
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Lessons in accountability

 

Mark Johnson ’88
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Stories people care about

 

David Greising ’82
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A watchdog

 

Doug Frantz ’71 Photo: Catherine Collins
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Ever-changing challenges

Coming June 28

Ian Brundige ’22
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New approaches

Coming June 28

Samuel Autman
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First Person

Coming June 28

George “Muggs” Thornton ’62
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Leaders the World Needs

Coming July 5

Maggie Schein
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The Bo(u)lder Question

Coming July 5

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