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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.

SARA DENIZ AKANT, poetry, "Gamaad" and "Gammadin", jubilat, No. 25, Spring, 2014.

DONALD ANTRIM, a debut story collection, The Emerald Light in the Sky, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, September, 2014.

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


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, "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.

BILL BERKSON, poetry, "First Thing", "Accounts Payable", and "Monogram", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 3, June, 2014.

APRIL BERNARD, poetry, "Mice", "Bloody Mary", "Plow", and "Anger", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 3, June, 2014; poetry, "Blossom", Salmagundi Magazine, Nos. 182-183, Summer, 2014.

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

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

AMY BLOOM, fiction, Lucky Us, Random House Publishing Group, August, 2014.

DON BOGEN, poetry, "Eye Song", Crazyhorse, No. 85, Summer, 2014.

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

MARIANNE BORUCH, a poetry collection, Cadaver, Speak, Copper Canyon Press, March, 2014; poetry, "The Sound and Silence of the World Now", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, June, 2014.

PHILIP BRADY, poetry, "To Banquet with the Ethiopians: A Memoir of Life Before the Alphabet, Book XI The Etymology of Queens", The Literary Review, Vol. 57, No. 02, Spring, 2014.

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

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

MARILYN CHIN, a poetry collection, Hard Love Province, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., June, 2014; poetry, "Brown Girl Manifesto (Too)", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 2, May, 2014.

HENRI COLE, poetry, "The Lonely Domain", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014; an essay, "'Deep in the mess of things': Revisiting John Berryman's 77 Dream Songs", Salmagundi Magazine, Nos. 182-183, Summer, 2014.

ANDREW LEWIS CONN, a novel, O, Africa!, Random House/Hogarth, June, 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, "Sparks, Nevada" and "Twelve in Yellow-Weed at the Edge", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 2, May, 2014; a poetry collection, Wunderkammer, Four Way Books, October, 2014.

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.

ALISON HAWTHORNE DEMING, commentary, "The Gravity of the Living (and Three Kinds of Lightness)", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, June, 2014.

CARL DENNIS, a poetry collection, Another Reason, Viking Penguin, March, 2014; 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.

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.

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.

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, "Nature", and "Porn Poem" (with Andrea Dworkin), The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 4, August, 2014; 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.

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.

BRIAN EVENSON, a piece in an issue devoted to exile, "Cult", Conjunctions, No. 62, Spring, 2014.


JULES FEIFFER, a graphic novel, Kill My Mother, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., August, 2014; a children's book, Rupert Can Dance, Farrar, Straus and Giroux/di Capua, August, 2014. Feiffer is both author and illustrator for this picture book for children ages 3-6.

VALORIE FISHER, a children's nonfiction book, I Can Do It Myself, Random House/Schwartz & Wade, July, 2014.

TOM FLAHERTY, an audio CD, Looking for Answers, Looking for Answers, TROY1495, Albany Records, June 1, 2014. This is an album of chamber music with and without electronics: cello solo, cello duo, cello and piano, violin/viola/cello, violin/cello/piano/electronics, and string quartet.

NICK FLYNN, poetry, "AK-47", "Father, Insect", "Kafka","Put the Load on Me", and others, The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, June, 2014; poetry, "Cathedral of Salt", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 3, June, 2014.

RICHARD FOERSTER, poetry, "Over Breakfast", "Storm Fronts" and "Ouroboros", West Branch, No. 75, Summer, 2014.

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

RUTH FRANKLIN, commentary, "On Film: Album of Stanley", Salmagundi Magazine, Nos. 182-183, Summer, 2014; commentary, "On Film: Amour by MIchael Haneke", Salmagundi Magazine, No. 180-181, Winter, 2013/2014.

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.


ELIZABETH GAFFNEY, a novel, When the World Was Young, Random House Publishing Group, August, 2014.

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

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

SANDRA M. GILBERT, nonfiction, The Culinary Imagination: From Myth to Modernity, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., July, 2014.

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

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.

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.


LEE GUTKIND, co-editor (with Hattie Fletcher) of an essay collection, True Stories, Well Told: From the First 20 Years of 'Creative Nonfiction' Magazine, In Fact, August, 2014. This collection, with an introduction by Yaddo author Susan Orlean, features selected works from the archives of Creative Nonfiction magazine, including essays by Gutkind, Orlean, and fellow Yaddo writers Brenda Miller and Toi Derricotte.

RACHEL HADAS, an essay, "Talking to My Father", Southwest Review, Vol. 99, No. 2, Summer, 2014.

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.

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.

TONY HOAGLAND, a collection of essays, Twenty Poems That Could Save America and Other Essays, Graywolf Press, November, 2014; a collection of essays on the state of poetry and literature, Twenty Poems That Could Save America and Other Essays, Graywolf Press, September, 2014; commentary, "I Seem to Be at a Great Feast - The War Poems of Guillaume Apollinaire", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 4, August, 2014.

ANNA MARIA HONG, poetry, "Holey Sonnets: The Age of Evidence", Southwest Review, Vol. 99, No. 2, Summer, 2014.

ANN HOOD, a novel, An Italian Wife, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., September, 2014.

CYNTHIA HUNTINGTON, poetry, "Horse", AGNI, No. 79, Spring, 2014.

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, which the author worked on at Yaddo, 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.

MARK JARMAN, poetry, "Mother's Baptism", "Corsica", "Bait Dog", and "Dunya Ahiretin Tarlasidir", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, June, 2014.

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

ANNA JOURNEY, nonfiction, "An Arrangement of Skin", AGNI, No. 79, Spring, 2014.

HEIDI JULAVITS, co-editor of a collection of essays, Read Harder, McSweeney's/Believer Books, September, 2014. The essays in this collection were published in Believer magazine between 2009 and 2013. Among the featured essays is one by Yaddo writer Leslie Jamison.

SHEILA HETI AND HEIDI JULAVITS, editors (with Leanne Shapton) of a collection of works, Women In Clothes, Penguin/Blue Rider, September, 2014. This collection uses personal reflections from 642 contributors to examine women's relationship with clothes.

MIRANDA JULY, commentary, "My Old Flame: TV", The New Yorker, June 9, 2014; a novel, The First Bad Man, Scribner, January, 2015.

LAURA KASISCHKE, poetry, "Recall the Carousel", Poetry, Vol. CCIII, No. 5, February, 2014; a poetry collection, The Infinitesimals, Copper Canyon Press, July, 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.

JESSE LEE KERCHEVAL, translation of a Circe Maia poem, "Where There Were Steep Riverbanks", West Branch, No. 75, Summer, 2014; 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.

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.

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

PHILLIS LEVIN, poetry, "Anne Frank's High Heels", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 3, June, 2014.

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

LAURENCE LIEBERMAN, poetry, "Divemaster, Swimming with the Immortals", Southwest Review, Vol. 99, No. 2, Summer, 2014; 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"; commentary, "Of Two Sublimities - Love Poems of James Wright", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 4, August, 2014.

LYN LIFSHIN, a poetry collection, Secretariat: The Red Freak, The Miracle, Texas Review Press, May, 2014; a poetry collection, Malala, Poetic Matrix Press, January, 2014.

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

WILLIAM LOGAN, a collection of essays and reviews, Guilty Knowledge, Guilty Pleasure: The Dirty Art of Poetry, Columbia University Press, April, 2014.

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

ALISON LURIE, nonfiction, The Language of Houses: How Buildings Speak to Us, Delphinium, August, 2014. In this book, the author shows how architecture, buildings, and spaces affect us and how they reveal information about their inhabitants.

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.

CAITLIN MALING, poetry, "TV Pastoral", Green Mountains Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, Summer, 2014.

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

LAURA MCBRIDE, a debut novel, We Are Called to Rise, Simon & Schuster, June, 2014. This book was partially written at Yaddo.

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

GARDNER MCFALL, poetry, "The Homecoming: After Kiki Smith" and "Mother", The Cortland Review, Issue 63, Summer, 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.


DAPHNE MERKIN, an essay collection, The Fame Lunches: On Wounded Icons, Money, Sex, the Brontes, and the Importance of Handbags, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, September, 2014.

SUE MILLER, a novel, The Arsonist, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, June, 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; a novel, Rose Gold: An Easy Rawlins Mystery, Doubleday, September, 2014. This is the 13th book in the author's series of mysteries featuring private detective Easy Rawlins.

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.

MARK NEPO, nonfiction, The Endless Practice: Becoming Who You Were Born to Be, Atria, August, 2014.

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

STEPHEN O'CONNOR, a piece in an issue devoted to exile, "The Zip", Conjunctions, No. 62, Spring, 2014.

JENNY OFFILL, a novel, Dept. of Speculation, Knopf, January, 2014.

JOSEPH O'NEILL, a novel, The Dog, Pantheon, September, 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.

ALAN MICHAEL PARKER, poetry, "Fourteen Gods at the Door", and "A Little Chat I'll Have with the Very Next Horse I Meet", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, June, 2014.

KATIE PETERSON, poetry, "Parable" and "Happiness", West Branch, No. 75, Summer, 2014.

DIANE PIERI, installation of artwork in an elementary school, Voyages in the Forest, Morning, and Evening, May, 2014. This recent installation of a large-scale mural and 2 site-specific paintings is part of a 6-year collaboration between Pieri and Forest Ridge Elementary School in College Station, Texas.


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.

KAREN RUSSELL, a novella, Sleep Donation, Atavist, March, 2014; fiction, "The Bad Graft", The New Yorker, June 9, 2014.

TOMAŽ ŠALAMUN, the first Enlgish translation of a 1985 poetry collection, Soy Realidad, translated by Michael Thomas Taren, Dalkey Archive Press, September, 2014; poetry, "Beef Turandot", Fence, Vol. 16, No. 1, Winter, 2013/2014; poetry, "Zone B" and "The Psalmist Talking", AGNI, No. 79, Spring, 2014; poetry, "Lucretius grabbed my arm and led me", "Legs on the Signpost", and "The Rise of the Zebra", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 2, May, 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, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 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.

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

CHRISTOPHER SHAW, nonfiction, "The Symbolic Coast", Green Mountains Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, Summer, 2014.

JOSHUA WOLF SHENK, nonfiction, Powers of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, August, 2014.


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


HAMPTON SIDES, nonfiction, In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand and Terrible Polar Voyage of the USS 'Jeannette', Doubleday, August, 2014. This book chronicles American naval officer George Washington De Long's harrowing 1879 expedition to the North Pole.

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

TOM SLEIGH, poetry, "After Vallejo" and "The Animals in the Zoo Don't Seem Worried", Poetry, Vol. CCIV, No. 2, May, 2014.

CHARLIE SMITH, a poetry collection, Jump Soul: New and Selected Poems, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., March, 2014; poetry, "Unattainable Goodness", "This Right Here", "Samsara", and "Lacquered Dead", The American Poetry Review, Vol. 43, No. 4, August, 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.

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.

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.

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.

JAN SWAFFORD, a biography, Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, August, 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.

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.

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; commentary, "My Old Flame: Stories", The New Yorker, June 9, 2014; a novel, Nora Webster, Scribner, October, 2014.

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

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.

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

G. C. WALDREP, 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.


DAVID FOSTER WALLACE, a collection of scholarly writing on the late author's 3 novels, David Foster Wallace and 'The Love Thing': New Essays on the Novels, Bloomsbury, July, 2014. Marshall Boswell edited this collection of essays that originally appeared in two special issues of Studies in the Novel.

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.

BARRY WERTH, nonfiction, The Antidote: Inside the New World of Pharma, Simon & Schuster, February, 2014.

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

JILL WIDNER, fiction, "When Stars Fell Like Salt Before the Revolution", The Fiddlehead: Atlantic Canada's International Literary Journal, No. 259, April, 2014. “When Stars Fell Like Salt Before the Revolution” was selected by Douglas Glover as one of two honorable mentions in The Fiddlehead’s 23rd annual fiction contest.

MARLY YOUMANS, a novel, Glimmerglass, Mercer University Press, September, 2014.

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