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MARILYN ABILDSKOV, fiction, "The Personal History of Margaret Elizabeth Neilson Newton", AGNI, No. 78, Winter, 2013/2014.

ANDRE ACIMAN, commentary, "Are You Listening: Conversations with a Deaf Mother", The New Yorker, March 17, 2014.

KIM ADDONIZIO, poetry, "Lives of the Poets", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 1, April, 2014; a story collection, The Palace of Illusions: Stories, Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press, September, 2014.

ROSA ALCALA, poetry, "Training" and "Missing", Eleven Eleven, Issue No. 15, Fall, 2013.

MEENA ALEXANDER, a poetry collection, Birthplace with Buried Stones, TriQuarterly/Northwestern University, December, 2013.

JAMES ARTHUR, poetry, "Drone", The New York Review of Books, February 20, 2014.

RENEE ASHLEY, a poetry collection, Because I Am the Shore I Want to Be the Sea, Subito, November, 2013.

PAUL AUSTER, a memoir, Report from the Interior: A Memoir, Holt, November, 2013.

PETER BALAKIAN, poetry, "Pueblo 2, New Mexico", Southwest Review, Vol. 98, No. 4, Fall, 2013.


JAMES BALDWIN, poetry, "Gypsy", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 2, April, 2014; a poetry collection, Jimmy's Blues and Other Poems, Beacon Press, April, 2014. This collection includes all of the published poetry of James Baldwin, including 6 significant poems previously available only in a limited edition art book.

MARY JO BANG, poetry, "All Through the Night", The New Yorker, December 2, 2013; poetry, "Equidistant From the Center of Never", "The Earthquakein This Case Was", and "Had There Been", jubilat, No. 24, Winter, 2013/2014.

THOMAS BELLER, nonfiction, J.D. Salinger: The Escape Artist, New Harvest, June, 2014.

DAN BELLM, poetry, "Doubleness", Eleven Eleven, Issue No. 15, Fall, 2013.

MALACHI BLACK, poetry, "That the Bones Which Thou Hast Broken May Rejoice", AGNI, No. 78, Winter, 2013/2014; poetry, "To One Waiting to Be Born", "When I Lie Down", and "Prayer for a Slow Death", Ploughshares, Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring, 2014.

VANESSA BLAKESLEE, a debut short story collection, Train Shots, Burrow Press, March, 2014.

BRUCE BOND, poetry, "Wanderlust", The Literary Review, Vol. 56, No. 04, Winter, 2013/2014.

JESSE BROWNER, a translation from the French of a Romain Slocombe novel, Monsieur Le Commandant, Gallic, February, 2014.

JOSEPH BRUCHAC, a young adult novel, Killer of Enemies, Lee & Low Books, Inc., October, 2013.

JAY CANTOR, a story collection, Forgiving the Angel: Four Stories for Franz Kafka, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, January, 2014. In this collection of stories, Cantor reimagines the lives of people who were close to Franz Kakfa.

RACHEL CANTOR, a debut novel, A Highly Unlikely Scenario: Or, A Neetsa Pizza Emplpoyee's Guide to Saving the World, Melville House Publishing, January, 2014.

LILLI CARRE, cover art, "Freckled", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 1, April, 2014; a children's comic, Tippy and the Night Parade, Candlewick/Toon Books, February, 2014.

MARY CARTER, a novel, Meet Me In Barcelona, Kensington Publishing Corporation, July, 2014.

TOM CHANDLER, poetry, "Even Then", Poet Lore, Vol. 109, No. 1/2, Spring, 2014.

CLIFFORD CHASE, a memoir, The Tooth Fairy: Parents, Lovers, and Other Wayward Deities, Overlook, February, 2014.

SUSAN CHEEVER, a biography, E.E. Cummings: A Life, Pantheon, February, 2014.

KELLY CHERRY, a collection of interconnected stories, A Kind of Dream, University of Wisconsin Press/Terrace, May, 2014.


SUZANNE CLEARY, a poetry collection, Beauty Mark, BkMk Press, December, 2013. Beauty Mark won the 2012 John Ciardi Prize for Poetry. Many of the poems in the book were written at Yaddo.

JEM COHEN, a film DVD, Museum Hours, Cinema Guild, December, 2013. In addition to the feature film, the extras on this DVD (also available in Blu-ray) include some rare short films by Cohen, such as his 2009 tribute to an artist he met at Yaddo, Anne Truitt, Working.

HENRI COLE, poetry, "The Lonely Domain", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014.

PETER COOLEY, a poetry collection, Night Bus to the Afterlife, Carnegie Mellon University Press, February, 2014.

ALFRED CORN, poetry, "In the Grunewald Cafe", The New Yorker, January 27, 2014; a poetry collection, Unions, Barrow Street Press, March, 2014.

EDUARDO C. CORRAL, poetry, "To Juan Doe #234, Poetry, Vol. CCIII, NO. 6, March, 2014.

MALCOLM COWLEY, a collection of the letters of poet and critic Malcolm Cowley, The Long Voyage: Selected Letters of Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1987, Harvard University Press, January, 2014. This collection was edited by Hans Bak. Cowley wrote his first book of literary criticism at Yaddo in 1932 and participated in shaping policies and admissions at Yaddo for over 5 decades.

CYNTHIA CRUZ, poetry, "Dark Liturgy", "Tagebucher", and "The Hour of the Star", West Branch, No. 73, Fall, 2013; poetry, "Death by Water" and "The Dead Serious Game", The Literary Review, Vol. 56, No. 03, Fall, 2013.

MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM, a novel, The Snow Queen, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, May, 2014.

SUSAN DAITCH, commentary, "Unnatural Habitats", Conjunctions, No. 61, Winter, 2013/2014.

CHRISTINA DAVIS, poetry, from "Mankindness", Spoon River Poetry Review, Vol. 38, No. 2, Winter, 2013/2014.


NICHOLAS DAWIDOFF, nonfiction, Collision Low Crossers: A Year Inside the Turbulent World of NFL Football, Little, Brown and Company, November, 2013. Dawidoff spent a year with the New York Jets coaching staff in preparation for writing this book.

CARL DENNIS, poetry, "Introduction to Philosophy", Ploughshares, Vol. 39, No. 4, Winter, 2013/2014; poetry, "A Clairvoyant", "In the Kingdom" and "My Noah", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014; a poetry collection, Another Reason, Viking Penguin, March, 2014.

XUE DI, an excerpt from a conversation, "Alexandria Sheng Interviews Xue Di", Poet Lore, Vol. 109, No. 1/2, Spring, 2014.

GREGORY DJANIKIAN, a poetry collection, Dear Gravity, Carnegie Mellon University Press, February, 2014.

STEPHEN DOBYNS, poetry, "No Simple Thing", "Sincerity", and "Furniture", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 42, No. 6, November, 2013.

SHARON DOLIN, poetry, "Make Full Use of What Happens to You", jubilat, No. 24, Winter, 2013/2014.

JOHN DOMINI, an essay about Italo Calvino, "Forty Years of Invisible Cities", Ploughshares, Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring, 2014.

BEVERLY DONOFRIO, a children's book, Where's Mommy?, Random House/Schwartz & Wade, March, 2014.

MARK DOTY, an essay in an edition using exhile as an organizing principle, "Nothing That Has Ceased to Arrive", StoryQuarterly, January, 2014.

DENISE DUHAMEL, poetry, "Reading" and "Writing", Ploughshares, Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring, 2014; poetry, "Muffled" and "Rehearsal", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014; poetry, "Ode to the Interrobang" and "Cringe", Green Mountains Review, Vol. 26, Winter, 2013/2014.

STEPHEN DUNN, a poetry collection, Lines of Defense, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., January, 2014; a conversation with Gerry LaFemina, "What's At Stake - A Conversation on Irony", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 42, No. 6, November, 2013. This issue of The American Poetry Review also includes "The Widening" and nine other poems by Dunn.

LOUISE ERDRICH, fiction, "The Big Cat", The New Yorker, March 31, 2014.

ELIZABETH EVANS, fiction, "The Sky in the Glass-Topped Table", Ploughshares, Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring, 2014.

CAROLYN FERRELL, fiction, "Before They Were Flesh-Eating Zombies Trying to Take Over the World", Ploughshares, Vol. 39, Nos. 2 and 3, Fall, 2013.

NICK FLYNN, poetry, "The Day Lou Reed Died", The New Yorker, November 25, 2013.

JANET FRAME, a novella, The Mijo Tree, Penguin New Zealand, October, 2013. Frame wrote this fable for adults in 1956 and 1957 but embargoed publication during her lifetime. The author passed away in 2004; a novel, In the Memorial Room, Counterpoint, December, 2013. Frame wrote this novel in 1974 but embargoed publication during her lifetime.

JUDITH FRANK, a novel, All I Love and Know, Morrow, July, 2014.

RUTH FRANKLIN, commentary, "On Film: Amour by MIchael Haneke", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014.

JONATHAN FRANZEN, editor and translator (with Paul Reitter and Daniel Kehlmann), The Kraus Project: Essays by Karl Kraus, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, October, 2013.

RU FREEMAN, fiction in an edition using exhile as an organizing principle, "The Irish Girl", StoryQuarterly, January, 2014.

JEFF FRIEDMAN, a poetry collection, Pretenders, Carnegie Mellon University Press, February, 2014.

ALICE FULTON, poetry, "Personally Engraved", Poetry, Vol. CCIII, No. 1, October, 2013.

FORREST GANDER, co-translator of a collection of poetry by Valerie Mejer, Rain of the Future, Action Books, February, 2014.

V.V. GANESHANANTHAN, fiction, "K Becomes K", Ploughshares, Vol. 39, Nos. 2 and 3, Fall, 2013.

WILLIAM H. GASS, a new edition of a 1991 nonfiction work, On Being Blue: A Philosophical Inquiry, New York Review Books, March, 2014.

MARGARET GIBSON, poetry, "The Door", Chautauqua, Issue 10, Fall, 2013.

PETER GIZZI, a poetry collection, In Defense of Nothing: Selected Poems, 1987-2011, Wesleyan University Press, March, 2014.

RIGOBERTO GONZALEZ, a poetry collection, Unpeopled Eden, Four Way, October, 2013.


DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN, nonfiction, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism, Simon & Schuster, October, 2013.

ROBERT GORDON, nonfiction, Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion, Bloomsbury, November, 2013.

ALENA GRAEDON, a debut novel, The Word Exchange, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, April, 2014. Graedon worked on this novel during a Yaddo residency in July, 2013.

DEBORA GREGER, poetry, "Double Self-Portrait at Ten or Eleven", Southwest Review, Vol. 98, No. 4, Fall, 2013.

ELIZA GRISWOLD, a translation from the Pashto of poetry by Afghan women, I Am the Beggar of the World: Landays from Contemporary Afghanistan, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, April, 2014. This is a collection of Landays, 22-syllable folk couplets sung anonymously by Afghan women. Landays are the dominant form of social satire and gender subversion in Afghan poetry. The book is illustrated with photographs by Seamus Murphy.

JENNIFER HAIGH, fiction, "Sublimation, Ploughshares, Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring, 2014; a short story collection, News from Heaven, HarperCollins Publishers, January, 2014.

JUDITH HALL, poetry, "The Boy's Grace; Or, Pessimism", Southwest Review, Vol. 99, No. I, Winter, 2013/2014.

CURTIS HARNACK, a novel, Let Them Eat Gold: A Violent Uprising in the Great Depression, iUniverse Incorporated, October, 2013. In this novel based on true events of the Great Depression, an uprising comes to fruition that shocks America and changes history forever.

DEAN HASPIEL, a pair of comic episodes originally published on the Web, Fear My Dear, Z2 Comics, April, 2014.

KAUI HART HEMMINGS, a novel, The Possibilities, Simon & Schuster, May, 2014.

SHEILA HETI, an essay, "From My Diaries (2006-10) in Alphabetical Order", n + 1, No. 18, Winter, 2013/2014.

JANE HIRSHFIELD, poetry, "Works & Loves", Poetry, Vol. 203, No. 4, January, 2014; poetry, "I Wake Early", "Florists' Roses", "Two Linen Hankerchiefs", and two othe poems, The American Poetry Review, Vol. 42, No. 6, November, 2013.

COLETTE INEZ, poetry, "Ken Dubin's Field of All Possibility", Poet Lore, Vol. 109, No. 1/2, Spring, 2014.


LESLIE JAMISON, an essay collection, The Empathy Exams: Essays, Graywolf, April, 2014. This book won the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize. It is an examination of physical and emotional pain and how it allows us to understand others and ourselves.

DIANE JOHNSON, a memoir, Flyover Lives: A Memoir, Viking, January, 2014.

LAURA KASISCHKE, poetry, "Recall the Carousel", Poetry, Vol. CCIII, No. 5, February, 2014; a psychological thriller, Mind of Winter, Harper, April, 2014.

SUSANNA KAYSEN, a fictional memoir, Cambridge, Knopf, March, 2014.

DONNA KAZ, poetry included in an anthology, "Big Horn Passover", Even Cowboys Carry Cell Phones, Western Press Books, October, 2014.

M. NZADI KEITA, poetry, "102.", Poet Lore, Vol. 108, No. 3/4, Fall, 2013.

JESSE LEE KERCHEVAL, an essay, "Welcome to Hell", Ploughshares, Vol. 40, No. 1, Spring, 2014.

WALTER KIRN, nonfiction, Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade, Liveright, March, 2014. This book details the author's 15-year friendship with a gifted con man and murderer known as "Clark Rockefeller".

SHEILA KOHLER, a novel, Dreaming for Freud, Penguin, June, 2014.

KATHRYN KUITENBROUWER, a novel, All the Broken Things, Random House of Canada, January, 2014.

ERIC LANE, editor (with Nina Shengold) of a collection of 2 actor plays, Plays for Two, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, March, 2014. This collection includes 28 works from a mix of celebrated playwrights and cutting edge new voices, including Lane plus fellow Yaddo writers David Auburn, Simon Fill, and Doug Wright.

MARY ANNE LARKIN, poetry, "We Live in Longing", Poet Lore, Vol. 108, No. 3/4, Fall, 2013.

DORAN LARSON, editor of an essay collection, Fourth City: Essays from the Prison in America, Michigan State University, December, 2013.

ZACHARY LAZAR, a novel, I Pity the Poor Immigrant, Little, Brown & Company, April, 2014; fiction, "The Presence of My Enemies", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.


DENISE LEVERTOV, a poetry collection, The Collected Poems of Denise Levertov, New Directions, November, 2013. This is a full collection of the celebrated late poet's work, covering more than six decades and including, chronologically, every poem she ever published.

JAN HELLER LEVI, a poetry collection, Orphan, Alice James Books, January, 2014.

ELISE LEVINE, an essay, "Lost One In", Ploughshares, Vol. 39, Nos. 2 and 3, Fall, 2013.

MARK LEVINE, poetry, "Metaphysical", "Took", and "Pause", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.

ROBERT J. LEVY, poetry, "Shopping Without a List", Poet Lore, Vol. 108, No. 3/4, Fall, 2013.

LAURENCE LIEBERMAN, poetry, "Humpback, Through a Spyglass", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 2, April, 2014. Lieberman also has a commentary piece in this issue of Poetry Review, "Homage to the Unburied", a column about James Dickey's poem "Sleepers".

LYN LIFSHIN, a poetry collection, A Girl Goes Into the Woods, New York Quarterly Books, October, 2013; a poetry collection, Malala, Poetic Matrix Press, January, 2014.

FRANNIE LINDSAY, poetry, "Old Dog Suckling", and "Prayer of a Prodigal During Holy Week", Poet Lore, Vol. 108, No. 3/4, Fall, 2013.

PAUL LISICKY, fiction, "Animal Care and Control", Conjunctions, No. 61, Winter, 2013/2014.

WILLIAM LOGAN, an essay, "World War II Poetry, Reloaded", Southwest Review, Vol. 98, No. 4, Fall, 2013; a collection of essays and reviews, Guilty Knowledge, Guilty Pleasure: The Dirty Art of Poetry, Columbia University Press, April, 2014.

CYNTHIA LOWEN, a poetry collection, The Cloud That Contained the Lightning, University of Georgia Press, November, 2013.

SHERYL LUNA, poetry, "Shock and Awe", "Lowering Your Standards for Food Stamps", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 1, April, 2014.

ROSEMARY MAHONEY, nonfiction, For the Benefit of Those Who See: Dispatches from the World of the Blind, Little, Brown & Company, January, 2014. This is the story of the German-born Sabriye Tenberken, who founded a school for blind children in Tibet as well as a school in India to train blind teachers. Mahoney became a teacher at the India facility.

REBECCA MAKKAI, a novel, The Hundred-Year House, Viking, July, 2014.

BEN MARCUS, a story collection, Leaving the Sea, Knopf, January, 2014.

WENDELL MAYO, a story collection, The Cucumber King of Kedainiai, Subito Press, December, 2013.

J.D. MCCLATCHY, a poetry collection, Plundered Hearts: New and Selected Poems, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, April, 2014.


MAUREEN N. MCLANE, a poetry collection, This Blue: Poems, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, April, 2014.

JOHN MCMANUS, fiction, "Elephant Sanctuary", The Literary Review, Vol. 56, No. 04, Winter, 2013/2014.

SUSAN MINOT, a novel, Thirty Girls, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, February, 2014. The inspiration for this novel was a 1996 incident in which 30 adolescent girls were taken from their school in Uganda and kept captive by the Lord's Resistance Army.

RICK MOODY, an essay, "Conversion Testimony", Conjunctions, No. 61, Winter, 2013/2014; commentary, "A Cataloge of Possible Endings", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014. This piece was first delivered as a talk at the Guggenheim Museum on January 26, 2012; text of a song, "Tornadoes", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.

LORRIE MOORE, a short story collection, Bark: Stories, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, February, 2014.

WALTER MOSLEY, a novel, Debbie Doesn't Do It Anymore, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, May, 2014.

YASCHA MOUNK, nonfiction, Stranger in My Own Country: A Jewish Family in Modern Germany, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, January, 2014.

PETER MOUNTFORD, a novel, The Dismal Science, Tin House, February, 2014.

DEBRA NYSTROM, poetry, "What They Believed", AGNI, No. 78, Winter, 2013/2014.

JENNY OFFILL, a children's book, Sparky!, Random House/Schwartz & Wade, March, 2014; a novel, Dept. of Speculation, Knopf, January, 2014.

LAWRENCE OSBORNE, a novel, The Ballad of a Small Player, Crown/Hogarth, April, 2014.

KATHLEEN OSSIP, poetry, "The Do-Over", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014; poetry, "Elegies", Poetry, Vol. CCIII, No. 3, December, 2013; poetry, "It's hard to keep identities", "Mother's Day", and "Tool Moan", The Literary Review, Vol. 56, No. 03, Fall, 2013.


ANN PATCHETT, a collection of 22 previously published essays about her life, This is the Story of a Happy Marriage, HarperCollins Publishers, November, 2013.


JAYNE ANNE PHILLIPS, a novel, Quiet Dell, Scribner, October, 2013. Quiet Dell is based on a real life multiple murder by a con man who preys on widows.

PETER QUINN, a novel, Dry Bones, Overlook, November, 2013.


ZIA HAIDER RAHMAN, a novel, In the Light of What We Know, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, April, 2014.

MATT RASMUSSEN, poetry, "Canal" and "Blurb for a Book of Poems by Deoxygenated Water", The Literary Review, Vol. 57, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.

DANA ROESER, a poetry collection, The Theme of Tonight's Party Has Been Changed: Poems, University of Massachusetts Press, March, 2014; poetry, "Flying Change", Green Mountains Review, Vol. 26, Winter, 2013/2014.

JAY ROGOFF, a poetry collection, Venera, Louisiana State University Press, February, 2014.

MARY RUEFLE, a poetry collection, Trances of the Blast, Wave Books, October, 2013.

KAREN RUSSELL, a novella, Sleep Donation, Atavist, March, 2014.

TOMAŽ ŠALAMUN, poetry, "Your Sister", "Your Vertex", and "You Painted This, Because I Demanded", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 42, No. 6, November, 2013; poetry, "Beef Turandot", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.

SHEROD SANTOS, poetry, " I Was At One Time Close to Home", Poet Lore, Vol. 109, No. 1/2, Spring, 2014.

JASON SCHNEIDERMAN, poetry, "My Maiden Aunt Is Smoking Again", "White Boy", "If you died", and "The Sadness of Antonio", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 1, January, 2014.

ARIEL SCHRAG, a debut novel, Adam, Mariner, June, 2014.

PHILIP SCHULTZ, a novel in verse, The Wherewithal, W. W. Norton & Company, February, 2014.

CHRISTINE SCHUTT, an essay, "Country: A Mix Tape", The Literary Review, Vol. 57, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.


JAMES SCOTT, a debut novel, The Kept, HarperCollins Publishers, January, 2014.

LORE SEGAL, a novel, Half the Kingdom, Melville House, October, 2013. This novel gathers many of the characters from the author's previous books and places them in and around the emergency room of the Cedars of Lebanon hospital.

TANYA SELVARATNAM, nonfiction, The Big Lie: Motherhood, Feminism, and the Reality of the Biological Clock, Prometheus, January, 2014.

DANI SHAPIRO, nonfiction, Still Writing: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life, Grove/Atlantic, Inc., October, 2013.

BRENDA SHAUGHNESSY, guest editor of a poetry anthology, Best New Poets 2013, University of Virginia Press, December, 2013.


GARY SHTEYNGART, a memoir, Little Failure: A Memoir, Random House Publishing Group, January, 2014.

ELENI SIKELIANOS, a memoir about her grandmother, a former belly dancer, You Animal Machine (The Golden Greek), Coffee House, June, 2014.

MONA SIMPSON, a novel, Casebook, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, April, 2014; a novel, Casebook, Knopf, April, 2014.

BENNETT SIMS, fiction, "Fables", Conjunctions, No. 61, Winter, 2013/2014. Sims is the winner of the 2014 Bard Fiction Prize, for his debut novel, A Questionable Shape.

MYRA SKLAREW, nonfiction, A Survivor Named Trauma: Holocaust and the Construction of Memory, State University of New York Press, Summer, 2014; poetry, "The Skin of Sleep", Poetry, Vol. CCIII, NO. 6, March, 2014.


JOHN SKOYLES, an autobiographical novel, A Moveable Famine, The Permanent Press, May, 2014; poetry, "Autobiography", The New Yorker, March 31, 2014.

TOM SLEIGH, commentary, "To Be Incarnational", Poetry, Vol. CCIII, No. 2, November, 2013.

CHARLIE SMITH, a poetry collection, Jump Soul: New and Selected Poems, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., March, 2014.

ANDREW SOLOMON, commentary, "The Reckoning: The Sandy Hook Killer's Father Tells His Story", The New Yorker, March 17, 2014.

ANNA SOLOMON, co-editor (with Eleanor Henderson), Labor Day: Birth Stories for the Twenty-First Century, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, April, 2014.

ELIZABETH SPENCER, a story collection, Starting Over, Norton/Liveright, January, 2014.

ELIZABETH SPIRES, poetry, "Cloud Koan", "Coda: My Life", and "The Sound of the Sea at the Shore", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 42, No. 6, November, 2013.

WILLIAM STAFFORD, a poetry collection, Ask Me: 100 Essential Poems of William Stafford, Graywolf Press, January, 2014. This collection is in celebration of the centenary of the poet's birth. Stafford (1914-1993) was known in the national poetry community for rising early every morning to write a poem, and he produced 22,000 poems during his lifetime.

GERALD STERN, poetry, "What Brings Me Here?", The New Yorker, December 2, 2013.


ROBERT STONE, a novel, Death of the Black-Haired Girl, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, November, 2013. This is Stone's eighth novel.

PATRICIA STORACE, a novel, The Book of Heaven, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, February, 2014.

SCOTT STOSSEL, nonfiction, My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind, Knopf, January, 2014. Stossel, editor of the Atlantic, explores the most common, and perhaps most puzzling, mental disorder in the world, anxiety,through his own experience and with biographical sketches of famous anxiety cases, such as Charles Darwin.

MARK STRAND, an essay, "On Nothing", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014.

STEPHANIE STRICKLAND, a poetry collection, Dragon Logic, Ahsahta, November, 2013.

MARK SVENVOLD, poetry. "Uncharted (Apology)", "As If to a Partial Catalogue of First Glances", and three other poems, The Literary Review, Vol. 56, No. 04, Winter, 2013/2014.

TERESE SVOBODA, fiction, "Loose Lion", Conjunctions, No. 61, Winter, 2013/2014.

BRIAN SWANN, poetry, "Song of the Scythe", AGNI, No. 78, Winter, 2013/2014; poetry, "Beauty" and "St. Francis and the Flies", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014.


AMY TAN, a novel, The Valley of Amazement, HarperCollins Publishers, November, 2013.

CHERYL LU-LIEN TAN, editor of a story collection, Singapore Noir, Akashic, June, 2014.

BARBARA BROWN TAYLOR, nonfiction, Learning to Walk in the Dark, HarperOne, April, 2014.

JUDITH TAYLOR, a poetry collection, Sex Libris, What Book Press, October, 2013. Many of the poems in this book were written during a Yaddo residency.

SHERILL TIPPINS, nonfiction, Inside the Dream Palace: The Life and Times of New York's Legendary Chelsea Hotel, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, December, 2013.

COLM TÓIBÍN, interview in an edition using exhile as an organizing principle, "An Interview with Colm Toibin", StoryQuarterly, January, 2014. In this interview, Toibin chats with JP O'Malley about his miserable childhood, his love of Henry James, and why he finds no pleasure in writing.

WILLIAM TROWBRIDGE, poetry, "Tilt-A-Whirl", Green Mountains Review, Vol. 26, Winter, 2013/2014; a poetry collection, Put This On, Please: New and Selected Poems, Ren Hen Press, March, 2014. Trowbridge is Missouri Poet Laureate for 2013-14.

SAM TRUITT, poetry, "To Past as Tossed" and "Night of the Contour", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014.

JENNIFER VANDERBES, a novel, The Secret of Raven Point, Scribner, February, 2014.

LARA VAPNYAR, a novel, The Scent of Pine, Simon & Schuster, January, 2014.

DAVID WAGONER, poetry, "Ahead of Time" and "Amounting to Something", Poet Lore, Vol. 108, No. 3/4, Fall, 2013.

DIANE WAKOSKI, a story collection, Bay of Angels, Anhinga, October, 2013.

AYELET WALDMAN, a novel, Love and Treasure, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, April, 2014.

G. C. WALDREP, poetry, "grendelsong", and "As Sprung From Glass or Action", Eleven Eleven, Issue No. 15, Fall, 2013; poetry, "Part IV: Infolds & Unspires" from Testament, a long poem scheduled for publication in 2015, New Orleans Review, Vol. 39, No. 2, Winter, 2013/2014.

ALICE WALKER, a poetry collection, The World Will Follow Joy: Turning Madness into Flowers, The New Press, April, 2014.

MICHAEL WATERS, poetry, "Lord Cockroach", "The New Gods", "Marvel", "Punk Prayer", and 3 other poems, The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 1, January, 2014.

CHUCK WEBSTER, a limited edition artist book, "Forty-Three Monsters", Planthouse Gallery, January, 2014. This book features a series of monster drawings Webster did as a child in the 1970s, with text by Arthur Bradford. It is Planthouse Gallery's first publication. Images in the book inspired new work by Webster on view at the gallery through March 5, 2014.

EDMUND WHITE, a memoir, Inside a Pearl: My Years in Paris, Bloomsbury, February, 2014.

JILL WIDNER, creative nonfiction, "Way Markers", Short Fiction, Issue 7, University of Plymouth Press, UK, November, 2013. "Way Markers" was partly composed in and inspired by the writer's first stay at Yaddo's West House.

C. DALE YOUNG, poetry, "The Wolf", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 42, No. 6, November, 2013.

HARRIET ZINNES, a poetry collection, Weather is Whether: New and Selected Poems, Marsh Hawk Press, May, 2014.