Brian Culhane’s first book The King’s Question (Graywolf), was awarded the Poetry Foundation’s Emily Dickinson Prize. His work has appeared in such places as The Hudson Review, The New Republic, and The Paris Review. His poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in PN Review (UK), Sewanee Review, Literary Imagination, American Literary Review, Able Muse, Lucid Rhythms, Massachusetts Review, Southwest Review, and Parnassus. He is the recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and the Artist Trust of Washington Humanities. He teaches at an independent school in Seattle.
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