1. Publisher Savas Beatie sent me their release schedule for the next two months. Readers looking to satisfy their Gettysburg itch will be especially pleased. Resisting Sherman: A Confederate Surgeon's Journal and the Civil War in the Carolinas, 1865 will ship from the printer in mid-May and The Gettysburg Cyclorama: The Turning Point of the Civil War on Canvas, Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg: A Guide to the Most Famous Attack in American History, Spies, Scouts, and Secrets in the Gettysburg Campaign: How the Critical Role of Intelligence Impacted the Outcome of Lee's Invasion of the North, June-July 1863 and The First Battle for Petersburg: The Attack and Defense of the Cockade City, June 9, 1864 (150th Anniv. Ed.) will all be available in June.
2. The third volume in Robert Browning's series Lincoln's Trident: The West Gulf Blockading Squadron during the Civil War is out now. I harbor few doubts that this one will end up being the naval book of the year.
3. Their website still doesn't have a page for it, but Tennessee tells me that Confederate Generals in the Trans-Mississippi, Volume 2 : Essays on America's Civil War is still set to ship from the printer at the end of the month. Can't wait.
4. Like Price's army itself, Mark Lause's The Collapse of Price's Raid: The Beginning of the End in Civil War Missouri keeps getting pushed further and further down the road. It currently stands as an end of June release.
5. On another T-M note, an edited Civil War journal of a captain in the 7th Missouri Cavalry regiment [Missouri Volunteer: The Civil War Journal of Captain Benjamin T. Humphrey] was self-published this month. Might be interesting. These kinds of Missouri related things don't come around very often.