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Spring 2012
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The New Guard

The New Guard Literary Review 2011
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True Crime Classic

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2011 Anthology

2011 Anthology:
The Wordstock Ten

River Teeth
River Teeth
Spring 2013
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Kirk Wilson is the author of award-winning fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. His stories and poems can be found in literary journals, anthologies, and chapbooks. His non-fiction classic Unsolved, an investigation into ten high-profile murders, has been published in six editions in the US and UK.

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Kirk’s memoir/essay “Secrets of Kirby Hall” is selected as a finalist for the Crazyhorse Nonfiction Prize, by contest judge Robin Hemley. The work will be published in Crazyhorse #92 in November, 2017.

Kirk is the winner of the New Millennium Award for Non-Fiction. Read the winning story here.

A longer version of the winning story was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and published in the Spring 2013 issue of River Teeth.

Kirk's poem "Deus ex Machina" was published in the Fall 2012 issue of Confrontation.

Kirk's short story "The Goat's Eye" was published in the Spring, 2012 issue of Meridian.

As a finalist in the Machigonne Fiction Contest, "The Story You've Never Heard About Lattorial" was published in the 2011 edition of The New Guard.

As a finalist for the 2011 Wordstock Short Fiction Competition, Kirk's short story "The Heart of Things" was included in the anthology "The Wordstock Ten," published by the Wordstock Festival. Read the story here.

Kirk's short story "The Coldest Day" was published in the April/May 2012 issue of Midway Journal. Read it here.

Kirk's poem "Naming Andromeda" was published in the March 2012 issue of Folly. Read the poem here.

Kirk's poem "The Periodic Table" was published in the Fall, 2012 edition of Soundings East.

Eleven of Kirk's poems were featured in the 2012 edition of The Langdon Review.

Kirk's poem "Rules for Objects" will be published in the 2013 volume of Eclipse.