Adam Day’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, American Poetry Review, Antioch Review, Salmagundi, and elsewhere. He helps coordinate the Sarabande Reading Series and the Baltic Writing Residency in Latvia. He has received a grant from the Kentucky Arts Council, and he won the 2008 Madison Review’s Phyllis Smart Young poetry prize and the 2008 St. Louis Poetry Center prize.
|An Interview with Linda Gregerson||(Issue 13)|
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|The Otter||(Issue 12)|