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This 21st issue of Copper Nickel features poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, including work by National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award finalist James Richardson; Anisfield-Wolf Award recipient Martha Collins; Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award winner Jehanne Dubrow; Guggenheim Fellow Mark Halliday; NEA Fellows David Hernandez, Henry Israeli, and Kevin Prufer; PEN/O. Henry Prize recipient Polly Rosenwaike; James Laughlin Award winner Tony Hoagland; James Merrill Fellow Anna B. Sutton; Lambda Literary Award winner Julie Marie Wade; Lannan Foundation Fellow Ed Skoog; as well as a number of writers at earlier stages in their careers. The issue will also include three Translation Folios” introducing and contextualizing for an American audience the Chinese poet Yi Lu, the Danish fiction writer Christina Hesselholdt, and three Uruguayan poets: Laura Cesarco Eglin, Circe Maia, and Karen Wild.
The cover of Issue 21 features new work by renowned artist, musician, and composer Mark Mothersbaugh.
Copper Nickel is edited by poet and translator Wayne Miller who most recently served as Pleiades’ editor-in-chief from 2010-14 as well as poetry editors Brian Barker and Nicky Beer, and prose editors Teague Bohlen and Joanna Luloff. He lives in Denver, CO.