Lauren Moseley – “Tail”
Maya Jewell Zeller – “Ellen Bagged a Whale”
John McCarthy – “Cremation”
Owen McLoed – “The Grass”
L.S. Klatt – “The Sidereal Messenger”
Todd Davis – “Green Beans”
M. Nasorri Pavone – “Smoke and Mirrors”
Charlotte Gould Warren – “Leaving the Sun”
Tatiana Neshumova tr. J. Kates – “The Swings”
Christopher Citro – “It’s Something People in Love Do”
John I. Scott – “Afterdiluvian”
Jess Williard – “The Invention of Tungsten”

Michelle Donahue – “To Scream Like Goats”
Petra Kuppers – “Painting the Asylum Garden”
Toni Judnitch – “Damascus”
D.J. Thielke – “Piecework”

Kristen Nichols – “Young Men Fall”
Winner of the 2016 Wabash Prize for Nonfiction
Michele Leavitt – “Compass”

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