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This is Staubach’s fourth book, and UPNE is reissuing Clay, an earlier work, in September. The longtime manager of general books at the UConn Co-op and potter said that she is able to do so much, because she needs very little sleep. ‘Most days I get up early in the morning. I work long days, but try to do something productive before and after each work day,’ says Staubach. The book-about a well-known potter whose work graces the gardens of designers-had its official launch on July 14 at Hickory Stick Bookshop in Washington Depot, CT.