Not only have they just published the 2nd volume of classic Bearss essays, but they have four new revised reprint editions in the pipeline.
At the top of the list is a 150th Anniversary edition of Richard Sommers's classic Richmond Redeemed: The Siege at Petersburg, The Battles of Chaffin's Bluff and Poplar Spring Church, September 29 - October 2, 1864. Given its apparent lack of collectible value, I'll gladly discard the musty, yellowing pages of the old for the bright shiny new Sesquicentennial edition. That's not blasphemy, that's space limits.
The other three are:
* The First Battle for Petersburg: The Attack and Defense of the Cockade City, June 9, 1864 by William Glenn Robertson.
* The Siege of Petersburg: The Battles for the Weldon Railroad, August 1864 by John Horn.
* The Last Citadel: Petersburg, June 1864 - April 1865 by Noah Andre Trudeau.
The Robertson and Horn books had earlier lives as H.E. Howard series books and Trudeau's study used to be (and maybe still is) what was recommended for those wanting to read a single volume summary of the campaign.
It's going to be a good year for Brett's bookshelf.