Foreign Service Journal - November 2013 - page 19

THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
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NOVEMBER 2013
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T
he Foreign Service Journal
is pleased to present
our annual Foreign Service authors roundup in
plenty of time for holiday orders. Whether you
read the listings in print or online, we urge you
to visit our online bookstore when a title strikes
your fancy. There you will find all the books in
Below is our annotated list of some of the books written,
edited or translated by Foreign Service personnel and family
members in 2012 and 2013. This is not a definitive record of
FOCUS
BOOKS BY FOREIGN SERVICE AUTHORS
We are pleased to present
this year’s roundup of
books by members of the
Foreign Service community.
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IN THEIR OWN
works by FS authors; we rely on the authors themselves to bring
their books to our attention. The roundup was assembled with
the vital assistance of editorial interns Jesse Smith and Valerie
Sanders.
With only a slight drop-off from the robust numbers of last
year, our roster contains a weighty and wide-ranging history sec-
tion, a solid policy and issues section, an array of memoirs, a rich
fiction section, several children’s books and an eclectic variety
of works in the categories of essays, travel, education, oenology,
genealogy and theology—as well as two very useful works on
the Foreign Service lifestyle. As has been the case for a decade, a
majority of the titles are self-published.
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