James Sloan Allen (Worldly Wisdom: Great Books and the Meanings of Life and William James on Habit, Will, Truth, and the Meaning of Life) lives in Honolulu, where he is working on a novel.
Marlin "Bart" Barton (The Dry Well, A Broken Thing, Dancing by the River, and The Cross Garden) teaches fiction writing in the low-residency MFA program at Converse College, Spartanburg.
Arthur Bloom (Joseph Jefferson: Dean of the American Theatre) has published a biography of American actor Edwin Forrest.
H. E. Francis (The Sudden Trees and Other Stories, Goya, Are You With Me Now? and The Invisible Country), ninety-eight years of age, continues to write and to inspire his devoted students.
The Grolier Club in New York celebrates the art and history of the book since 1884.
N. John Hall (Belief) recently published Gordon Ray: A Remembrance.
Samuel Hynes' Flights of Passage: Recollections of a World War II Aviator (first published by Beil) has been selected for publication by the Library of America.
Preston Russell (Savannah: A History of Her People Since 1733) has issued a revised edition of Lights of Madness: In Search of Joan of Arc, first published by Beil.
Derek Smith (Civil War Savannah, The Sentinels, and Kamallah's Bracelet) is working on Sumter After the First Shots: The Untold Story of America's Most Famous Fort Until the End of the Civil War.