W.P. Osborn


W.P. Osborn lives in West Michigan. His Seven Tales and Seven Stories won the Unboxed Books Fiction Prize in 2013.

He has short fiction in After Coetzee: an Anthology of Animal Fictions, and in journals such as Carolina Quarterly, Clockhouse, Faultline, Fiction International, Gargoyle, Gettysburg Review, Hotel Amerika, La Presa, Mississippi Review, Southern Humanities Review, The Texas Review, and Western Humanities Review. His poems appear in Poems in the Aftermath: an Anthology from the 2016 Presidential Transition Period, Hotel Amerika, Main Street Rag, Pinyon Review, Hamilton Stone Review, and San Pedro River Review. Nonfiction, reviews, and interviews in Chicago Review, MELUS, Manoa, The San Francisco Review of Books, and Fourteen Hills.

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