"Post-," a poetry collection by Denver poet Wayne Miller and published by Minneapolis' Milkweed Editions, has won the 2017 UNT Rilke Prize. The prize, which is awarded through the University of North Texas English Department, carries a $10,000 award.

Miller is the author of three other collections, including "The City, Our City," and "The Book of Props," both published by Milkweed. 

He is a co-translator of two books from Albanian poet Moikom Zeqo and a co-editor of three anthologies. He is a professor of English at the University of Colorado in Denver, where is is editor of the literary journal Copper Nickel.

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