Chelsea Dingman – “Hunger [or the last of the daughter-hymns]”
Winner of the 2016 Wabash Prize for Poetry
Anna Claire Hodge – “The Morning Your Husband Surrendered Himself to Prison”
Charles Clark – “After Catullus”
John Sibley Williams – “Of Milk and Honey”
Finalist in the 2016 Wabash Prize for Poetry
Arden Levine – “Upon Re-Entry”
Kevin West – “TV Culture”
Derek Otsuji – “The Afternoon We Gathered around a Box of Old Letters and Family Photographs Retrieved from the Dust of Oblivion”
Justin Runge – “Folk Tale”
William Virgil Davis – “Fenestration: A Study”
Jessica Guzman Alderman – “Hurricanes over Sierra Maestra”

Caleb Tankersley – “Dean”
Winner of the 2016 Wabash Prize for Fiction
David Crouse – “A Wrong in the World”
Finalist in the 2016 Wabash Prize for Fiction
Susan Morehouse – “Let the Dogs In”
Katherine Ann Davis – “The Missing”
Luke Whisnant – “Bioluminescence”

Caroline Crew – “The Shoot and the Show”
Keith Lesmeister – “Criminals Together”
Jane Marcellus – “My Father’s Tooth”

Maybe the Muse Does Not Show Up, But Still, Come: An Interview with Robert Hass

by Max Carlson

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