“The relation to the animal and human worlds are so close in [Hutchinson’s] work. The compassion in these poems draws me in and makes me listen. I found a lot of humanity here, and I marvel at the ways this writer approaches the world with a sense of wondrousness.”

—Ansel Elkins, 2018 judge of the Lily Peter Fellowship in Poetry

Poem Written as Barter for $366.12 in Outstanding Bills,” forthcoming with BOAAT

“J. Bailey Hutchinson Takes Plan B in Marseille,” “Ponytail Ode,” & “Fox Song,” The Boiler 

“My Dad Has Sleep Apnea and Keeps a Loaded Gun on His Nightstand,” Talking Book Press

“Learning to Swim in the Mississippi,” Salamander #47

“Carne e Spirito,” forthcoming with New South (winner of the 2018 New South Writing Contest)

“J. Bailey Hutchinson Prays to the River,” “Ouroboros as Eight-Year-Old,” “Dog Not Deer,” & “Beautiful Objects Small,”  Haunted III, Wyvern Lit

“Things Dying & Where/Steve Hutchinson, Eagan, MN,” & “The Minnesota State Fair’s Miracle of Birth Center, sponsored by Subaru,” 68.2, Beloit

“Became My Body, Too,” Awards 40, Nimrod International Journal of Prose and Poetry (finalist for the Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry)

“Magical Girl,” & “The Great Saiyagirl,” #14, Freezeray Journal

“Cherry Blossom Impact,” Volume 4 Issue 1, Bear Review

Midsouth, & Things Dying and Where/No-name Cat, Eads, TN,” Issue #31, LIT Magazine (print)

Excerpts from “Thinking Errors,” Hobart

“Jeffrey & Jr. Skinning a Deer,” & “Living Alone,” Issue #23, Front Porch Journal

“When I Make Dinner in Marseille,” Issue #6, Beecher’s Magazine (print)

“Plenum,” BL #07, Big Lucks