Contributors: Maggie Smith
Maggie Smith is the author of The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison, which won the Dorset Prize; Lamp of the Body, winner of the Benjamin Saltman Poetry Award; and three chapbooks. She has been awarded several fellowships and in 2015 became a contributing editor at The Kenyon Review. She is a visiting assistant professor of creative writing at The Ohio State University.
- 2021 Winter - Prove; Foal; After the Divorce, I Think of Something My Daughter Said about Mars; Talisman
- 2018 Summer - Perennials; Poem Beginning with a Line from <i>It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown</i>; Starlings
- 2016 Spring - You Could Never Take a Car to Greenland,
- 2013 Winter - Marked; The Hawk; The Hunters; Nest; Storybook; Splinter; Mountain Child