Why aren’t sports bras considered necessary sports equipment? The Sports Bra Project, founded by soccer coach Sarah Dwyer-Shick ’96, seeks to change that, as well ensure all sports are accessible to girls and women by overseeing donations of new sports bras distributed to organizations around the world. But the story doesn't end there.
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Cast out of a doomsday cult, protagonist Wynter Roth finds the outside world on the verge of a pandemic, with a deadly strain of dementia spreading uncontrollably among the population.
There’s no cure for the disease, but Wynter may possess the key to a vaccine.
Such is the setup for Christian-fiction writer Tosca Lee ’92’s The Line Between, which Library Journal calls a “perfectly crafted dystopian thriller [that] will keep readers up all night and have them begging for a sequel.” Lee granted that wish with A Single Light, which finds Wynter quarantined in an underground silo built by a prepper named, ahem, Noah. What will our heroine find when she leaves the bunker? Our lips, like the silo door, are sealed.
THE LINE BETWEEN and A SINGLE LIGHT
By Tosca Lee ’92
Howard Books, January 2019 and September 2019
This story is part of the Smithies Create column in the Winter 2019-20 issue of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly.