SoJourn Winter 2018/19 — A journal devoted to the history, culture, and geography of South Jersey.
- "The Southern Pine Barrens: An Ethnic Archipelago," by Elizabeth Marsh, Mark Demitroff, & Paul Schopp.
- "Unexpected Wildlife Refuge: Haven for South Jersey Wildlife," by Nedim Buyukmichi
- "The Sphinx Women," by Patricia Martinelli
- "Horseshoe Crabs: Ancient Migrators," by Kenneth Able, Thomas Grothues, & Paola López-Duarte
- "All Aboard for Amatol, New Jersey," by Daniel Dinnebeil
- "Unlikely Farmers: Tokens of the Allivine Canning Company," by Todd Sciore
- "The Newton Union Burial Ground: The Site of Camden County’s Origin and The Resting Place of Its Early Pioneers," by Robert Shinn, Andrew Levecchia, & Sandra White Grear
- "A Century Later: The Spanish Flu in New Jersey," by Brendan Honick
- "The Youthful Emigrant: A True Story of the Early Settlement of New Jersey," by Lydia Child, introductory by Sarah Holt
- "The Compendium of New Jersey’s Crossroads in Folk Music: A Q&A with Michael Gabriele," reviewed by Jackson Glassey
- "The Bayshore Center: A Unique Maritime Experience on the Delaware Bay," by Jessica English