Doctoral students Zachary Ingle and David Sutera co-edited two companion books published in January by Scarecrow Press—Gender and Genre in Sports Documentaries: Critical Essays, and Identity and Myth in Sports Documentaries: Critical Essays. Besides their editing duties, Gender and Genre includes a chapter on Spike Lee’s sports documentaries by Zachary, while Identity and Myth includes David’s “Riefenstahl, Ichikawa, and Greenspan: The Ideological Impact of Olympic Documentary Films,” the definite word on the Olympic documentary, as well as Zachary’s chapter on The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg. It was truly a collective effort by FMS grad students, as doctoral student Zach Saltz contributed a chapter titled “Blurred Boundaries across the Caribbean: The Transnaional Experiences of Dominican Baseball Players in Documentary and Docudrama” to Identity and Myth. Doctoral student Patrick Terry contributed his essay “Senna: Stylisic and Technological Developments in Documentary Filmmaking” to Gender and Genre. Both books can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online retailers.