Books By Zags

Here is a selection of books by Gonzaga alumni and faculty: 

  • (’66) Robert Johnson, “Austin in the Great War: A Nebraska Farm Boy in the 12th Balloon Company” (*Note: Could contain sensitive material)
  • (’67) Connie Davis, “Three Years in Ethiopia: How a Civil War and Epidemics Led Me to My Daughter” 
  • (’77) Bob Wodnik, “Back on Track: Sound Transit's Fight to Save Light Rail”
  • (’92) J. David Herman, “Almost Yankees: The Summer of ’81 and the Greatest Baseball Team You’ve Never Heard Of.” 
  • (’95) Philip Green, “Trauma Room Two” and “People of the ER”
  • (’06) Jenni Opalinski co-authored “Museum of the Southwest: Selections from the Permanent Collection.”
  • (’09) Diane McKenney co-authored “Strangers in the Storm: Love and Survival On Mount Rainier.”
  • (’15, ’18) Eric Travis published his first audiobook, “Wander Purposefully: A Reflection on How to Love Learning.”
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