SHARON DOLIN, book of new poems, book of poems, Manual for Living, University of Pittsburgh Press, February 19, 2016. Three poetic sequences: "Manual for Living," based on Epictetus; "The Black Paintings," based on Goya; and "Of Hours," a contemporary book of hours.
MARY STEWART HAMMOND, Poetry Collection, Entering History, Entering History, W.W. Norton, October, 2016.
BETH KISSILEFF, short story, Counterfeit, Michigan Quarterly Review, Spring 2016, Michigan Quarterly Review, Spring, 2016. My story will appear in the coming issue of Michigan Quarterly Review; anthology, Reading Genesis: Beginnings, Bloomsbury, February, 2016. My edited anthology, Reading Genesis: Beginnings is coming out February 25, 2016. This is a collection of essays by academics about the book of Genesis. http://www.bloomsbury.com/us/reading-genesis-9780567381521/.
BRIAN SEIBERT, A History of Tap Dancing, What the Eye Hears: A History of Tap Dancing, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, November 17, 2015.