Unlike Ameer on the gridiron, Nebraska's academic publisher hasn't exactly been killing it during the Sesquicentennial (though acquiring Gettysburg Magazine was a bit bold). It's been such a long period of time since they released a new title (a true original volume, not a paperback reprint) from their Great Campaigns of the Civil War series that I was wondering if it went defunct. Apparently not, as spring 2015 will see the publication of Spring 1865: The Closing Campaigns of the Civil War. This is the first output from this series since 2008's Counter-Thrust (the best of the bunch, in my opinion) and it will also mark the return to the Civil War world of Perry Jamieson.
"In Spring 1865, Perry D. Jamieson juxtaposes for the first time the major campaign against Lee that ended at Appomattox and Gen. William T. Sherman’s march north through the Carolinas, which culminated in Gen. Joseph E. Johnston’s surrender at Bennett Place. Jamieson also addresses the efforts required to put down armed resistance in the Deep South and the Trans-Mississippi. As both sides fought for political goals following Lee’s surrender, these campaigns had significant consequences for the political-military context that shaped the end of the war as well as Reconstruction."
Sounds like it might be worth a look.