* Anelecia Hannah Brooks Lessons
  Our Last Summer of Girlhood
* Don Dix Green Caroline
  October 1945
* Jakob Lee Another Pattern for the Back of My Closet
  Blowin' up My Newsfeed
* Tammy Ruggles Birth
  Lines 2
  The Bend
* Morgan H. Shaver Haunted
Stacy Yelton Oklahoma Sky



Linda Carela I Am Right Here
* Susan Taylor Chehak On The Moon
* Jackie Craven Resurrecting Mama
Nancy Ford Dugan Hop On
* M.M. Giron TaTa's Decision
JB Grant A Woman's Place
Nancy Scott Hanway Fluke
* Brian Howlett Playing Baseball in Trees
Tammye Huf Hadamar Ashes
Dean Jollay Golfing in the Cardiac Care Unit
* N. Marc Mullin Six Fails, August 1968
* Barbara Nishimoto The Hanging Dog
* Claire Oleson Ten Degrees Below, Convection Bake
Sunil Rao Kamu
* Ward Schumaker Entrance Exam
* Steve Werkmeister Field of Folk
* Luke Wortley A Pathetic Little Sound



* Jaimie Eubanks Splinter
* Melissa Grunow We're All Mad Here: A Field Guide to Feigning Sanity
* Rebecca Tirrell Talbot Into the Bog



* Tiwaladeoluwa Beloved Adekunle becoming eve*
* Elena Botts early spring
* Clay Cantrell Five Months Past Divorce, a Hermit Lives with Himself
* Jiv Johnson Mount Sterling's Migrant
* Nathan Petrie Constitution Day, 2013
* Kushal Poddar Guilty Letters
* Mark Trechock Grass and Black Baldies
  West of Town
* Abigail Warren Girl Moora
  On Being Asked "How's Florida?" A Phone Call from the North
  Summer's Butter



* Susan K Stewart Shane Neely, The Surface of the Lit World: Poems



In order to recognize outstanding creative writing by undergraduates at the University of Kentucky, the Department of English has designated two annual awards: the Dantzler Award for fiction and the Farquhar Award for poetry. Submissions are read by the staff of Limestone and the award-winners are decided upon by established authors. In this edition of Limestone we are delighted to present work by the 2015 Farquhar Award for poetry winner, Tiwaladeoluwa Beloved Adekunle.

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