Below is a selected list of 2014-2015 publications by students, graduates, and faculty of the Helen Zell Writers' Program.

Books and Chapbooks

Scott Beal: Wait 'Til You Have Real Problems, poetry, Dzanc Books, 2014

Matthew Hittinger: The Erotic Postulate, poetry, Sibling Rivalry Press, September 2014. "There are three variant covers from which you can choose (or collect all three!), featuring paintings by the talented Provincetown-based artist Christopher Sousa. You can also purchase the book as part of SRP's fall subscription where you will get the three fall titles for $30 in a bundle: my collection along with Stephen S. Mill's A History of the Unmarried and Brent Calderwood's The God of Longing."

Laura Kasischke: The Infinitesimals, poetry, Copper Canyon, 2014.

Bruce Lack: Service, winner of the Walt McDonald First Book Contest in Poetry, forthcoming from Texas Tech University Press, 2015. 

Nate Marshall: Wild Hundreds, poetry, winner of the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize and forthcoming from the University of Pittsburgh Press in 2015. 

Chris McCormick: Desert Boys, a novel in stories, forthcoming from Picador. 

Rebecca Scherm: Unbecoming, a novel, January 2015. 

Brittani Sonnenberg: Home Leave, a novel, Grand Central Publishing, 2014. The New Yorker online chose it as a June "book to watch out for" and Real Simple chose it as one of their "best summer books."

Articles and Essays 

Leah Falk: "Song of Ourselves," The Jewish Daily Forward, 2014; "We Cannot Control the Traffic: On Claude Lanzmann's The Last of the Unjust," Los Angeles Review of Books, 2014; "Performance Anxiety: When Poets Read Aloud," The Millions, 2014. 

Derek Mong: "Resisting the Art of Entropy Triumphant: An Interview with Maxim Amelin" (conducted with Anne O. Fisher), Jacket2, August 6, 2014. 

Sharon Pomerantz: An essay in Mistakes I Made at Work: 25 Influential Women Reflect on What They Got Out of Getting it Wrong, edited by Jessica Bacal, Penguin, May 2014. 

Jess Row: "A Confession," Granta #128, 2014.

Rocco Samuele: "Contexts Have Shifted: At the Intersection of JR" in Cincinnati & Susan Sontag's On Photography, Guernica: A Magazine of Art and Politics, April 25, 2014.