’91. Simon & Schuster, 2013. “Sing, and the darkness will find you.” This warning has haunted 15-year-old Lucy ever since she was eight and shipwrecked on a lonely island. Now it is 1667, Lucy is 15, and on All Hallows’ Eve, Lucy hears a melody on the wind. She begins to sing—and is swept into darkness, awakening in England and hearing discussions of Chantresses—women who can sing magic into the world. They are hunting her, but she escapes and finds sanctuary with the Invisible College, an organization plotting to overthrow the nefarious Lord Protector. The only person powerful enough to bring about his downfall is a Chantress. And Lucy is the last one in England.


The Story of NFTs: Artists, Technology and Democracy

By Amy Whitaker ’96 and Nora Burnett Abrams

Geology and the Environment

Co-authored by Paul Bierman ’85

Pilot Machines

Darlingside, featuring Dave Senft '07