Appendix: 2016 Publications

Selected Works from Mennonite Writers, 2016 (and thereabouts)

Roni Baerg,Mit den Wolken Fliegen: Bericht aus einem fernen Leben.Fiction/Memoir. (Zytglogge, 2016)

Stephen Beachy, Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity. Fiction. (Amazon Create Space, 2017)

Ervin Beck, MennoFolk3. Nonfiction. (Journal of the Center for Mennonite Writing, October 2016)

David Bergen, Stranger. Fiction. (HarperCollins, 2016-Canada; USA – June 2017)

Judy Clemens, Tag, You're Dead. Fiction. (Poisoned Pen Press, 2016. Blackstone Audio, 2016)

Todd Davis, Winterkill. Poetry. (Michigan State UP, 2016)

Drew Hart,Trouble I've Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism. Nonfiction. (Herald

Press, 2016)

Jeff Gundy, Menno Simons Lectures at Bethel College. Nonfiction. (Mennonite Life, June 2016)

Barbara Nickel, A Boy Asked the Wind. Juvenile. (Red Deer Press, 2015)

Ken Reed, Both My Sons. Fiction. (Masthof Press, 2016)

Sofia Samatar, The Winged Histories. Fiction. (Small Beer Press, 2016)

Miriam Suzanne, Riding Side Saddle. Fiction. (Springgun Press, 2015)

David Weaver Zercher, Martyrs Mirror: A Social History. Nonfiction.(Johns Hopkins UP, 2016)

Rudy Wiebe. Where the Truth Lies: Selected Essays. Nonfiction. (NeWest Press, 2016)

Robert Zacharias, ed. After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America. Nonfiction. (Penn State UP,

2015; Univ. of Manitoba P, 2016)

About the Author

Ann Hostetler

Ann Hostetler is the editor of A Cappella: Mennonite Voices in Poetry (Univ. of Iowa Press 2003) and author of a collection of poems, Empty Room with Light (Dreamseeker Books 2002). Her poems and essays have appeared in a variety of journals and anthologies including The American Scholar, Nimrod, Poet Lore, The Valparaiso Poetry Review, Literary Mama, Rhubarb Magazine, Testimonies and Tongue Screws: Poems, Stoires, and Essays Inspired by the Martyr's Mirror, and Making Poems: Forty Poems with Commentary by the Poets (2010). A professor of English at Goshen College in Goshen, Indiana, she is the web site editor of the Center for Mennonite Writing and co-editor of its Journal.