Willow Springs 76

Fall 2015

Willow Springs 76 features poetry and prose by Laura Kasischke, Devin Becker, Jess Walter, Kathryn Nuernberger, and more. The issue also includes Carissa Halston’s “Call It a Map,” winner of the 2015 Willow Springs Fiction Prize, and an interview with Kim Addonizio.

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Poetry

Devin Becker Ben Lerner
Lerner
Koan Head
10:05
Caylin Capra-Thomas Chain
Year of Coming Close
Maggie MK Hess We Got Lost. We Were Never Found.
At the Aquarium with God
M Ross Henry Chaw
Brad Johnson Ghostly Demarcations
Laura Kasischke Sensual Pleasures
1984
Kathryn Nuernberger The Saint Girl Opens the Window and Closes It as She Pleases
Laura Schulkind Norway Spruce
Ed Skoog 1978 Buick Estate Wagon
Playing Banjo
Richard Tyler Alabama Public Television
Elizabeth Vignali As I Comb Lice from my Daughters’ Hair
Corrie Williamson Mastodon

Fiction

Wes Trexler North Jutland Blues
Jess Walter Cheston!

Willow Springs Fiction Prize

Carissa Halston Call It a Map

Nonfiction

Fiona Winston Eagles, Owls, and Other Birds of Prey

Interview

A Conversation with Kim Addonizio