Hugh Behm-Steinberg

Recipient of a Wallace Stegner and NEA Creative Writing Fellowship, Hugh Behm-Steinberg is the author of two collections of poetry, Shy Green Fields (No Tell Books) and The Opposite of Work (JackLeg Press; 2nd edition by Doubleback Books) as well as three Dusie Kollektiv chapbooks: Sorcery, Good Morning! and The Sound of Music.  His short story “Taylor Swift” won the Barthelme Prize for short fiction, and his story “Goodwill” was picked as one of the Wigleaf Top Fifty Very Short Fictions. His fiction can be found in such places as Western Humanities Review, X-Ray, Heavy Feather Review, The Pinch and The Offing. He teaches writing and literature at California College of the Arts, where for ten years he edited the journal Eleven Eleven. Animal Children, his third book originally published by Nomadic Press in 2020, is a collection of prose poems and microfiction.

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