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Polly Buckingham reads "Julafton" by David Axelrod.

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Polly Buckingham reads "Julafton" by David Axelrod.

Polly Buckingham's collection The Expense of a View was the 2016 winner of the Katherine Anne Porter Prize, her chapbook A Year of Silence won the Jeanne Leiby Memorial Chapbook Award (2014), and she was the
recipient of a 2014 Washington State Artists Trust fellowship. Her work appears in The Gettysburg Review, The Threepenny Review (reprinted at poetrydaily.com), HangingLoose, Witness, North American Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, The Poetry Review and elsewhere. Polly is founding editor of StringTown Press. She teaches
creative writing at Eastern Washington University where she is also the editor of Willow Springs magazine.