Michael Welch is the Editor-In-Chief of the Chicago Review of Books. He is a 2020 Best of the Net nominee, finalist for the 2019 Breakout 8 Writers Prize, the winner of the National Federation of State Poetry Societies’ Florence Kahn Memorial Award, and the author of the chapbook, ‘But Sometimes I Remember.’ His work has appeared in Prairie Schooner, Kenyon Review Online, Iron Horse Literary Review, North American Review, and elsewhere. He received a master’s degree in fiction from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Find him at www.michaelbwelch.com and @MBWwelch.
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