Exonians in review: Spring 2023

May 1, 2023

Alumni are encouraged to advise the Bulletin editor (bulletin@exeter.edu) of their own publications, recordings, films, etc., in any field, and those of their classmates, for inclusion in future Exonians in Review columns. Please send a review copy of your published work to the editor to be considered for an extended profile in future issues. Works can be sent to: Phillips Exeter Academy, The Exeter Bulletin, 20 Main Street, Exeter, NH 03833.


1955—Charley Ellis. Figuring It Out: Sixty Years of Answering Investors’ Most Important Questions. (Wiley, 2022)

— Inside Vanguard: Leadership Secrets From the Company That Continues to Rewrite the Rules of the Investing Business. (McGrawHill, 2022)

1958—John Newton. An American in Revolutionary Iran. (Tasora Books, 2022)

1963—Dave Rice. Sequelae: Tanka Prose. (Just Keep Walking Press, 2023)

1964—Russell McGuirk, editor. The Moulids of Egypt: Egyptian Saint’s Day Festivals, by J.W. McPherson. (The University of Chicago Press, 2023)

1966—Peter Thompson. Bughouse Blues. (Running Wild Press, 2023)

1974—David Keppel. Creative Uncertainty: A New Philosophy for a World Out of Balance. (Bowker, 2021)

1975—John Montgomery, with Mark Van Clief. Net Zero Business Models: Winning in the Global Net Zero Economy. (Wiley, 2023)

1975—David Potter. Disruption: Why Things Change. (Oxford University Press, 2021)

1980—Elise Thoron, with Ibe Kyoko. The Way of Washi Tales. (The Legacy Press, 2023)

Felon: An American Washi Tale, director. A solo show written by Reginald Dwayne Betts and performed March 2-4, 2023, at McCarter Theatre Center’s Berlind Theatre in Princeton, N.J.

1985—Lewis Flinn, composer and lyricist. Hood: The Robin Hood Musical Adventure, musical. (Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Florida, 2022)

1992—Gigi Foster, with Sanjeev Sabhlok. Do lockdowns and border closures serve the “greater good”? A cost-benefit analysis of Australia’s reaction to COVID-19. (Connor Court Publishing Pty Ltd, 2022)

1995—Wil Seabrook, singer-songwriter. Believe, five-song EP. (streaming platforms, 2023)

1997—Susie Suh, singer-songwriter. Invisible Love, album. (Collective Records, 2021)

2001—David Cooper, with Lawrence Mishel. “America’s Vast Pay Inequality Is a Story of Unequal Power,” article. (American Bar Association Human Rights Magazine, Vol. 48, No. 2, January 2023)

2001—Emma Wynn. The World Is Our Anchor. (FutureCycle Press, 2023)

2017—Meghan Chou, writer. Autopsy of a Night at a Bar, play. Premiered at The Tank in New York in March 2023.


Todd Hearon, with Greg Brown ’93. “‘Caliban in After-Life’: Reimagining Shakespeare’s Monster in Music and Words,” article. (Literary Matters, Winter 2023)


This story was originally published in the Spring 2023 issue of The Exeter Bulletin.