Author Archives: Donelle Dreese

Organelle received Honorable Mention for the 2018 Hopper Poetry Prize

http://www.hoppermag.org/organelle/ Organelle has a shell-like nature: intricate, inviting, dense, clever, fractal, winding, neat, and tinged with the sinister. As with any sound poetics, Dreese digs into ethics and power with a steady hand over three parts: The Carson Poems, Organelle, and … Continue reading

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Press Release for CAVE WALKER

http://www.pr.com/press-release/713651  

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CAVE WALKER!

http://www.moonwillowpress.com/cave-walker/ Forthcoming April 2017        

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Sophrosyne Cover Art

I’m thrilled that artist Piper Lane’s “Yin Yang Mandala” is the cover art for my poetry collection Sophrosyne, published by Aldrich Press!

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Deep River Burning Book Launch

Book launch–November 25th, 2014!

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The Reader’s Time

I am currently navigating through the deep sea of a novel manuscript. As I write, I frequently ask–have I lost my reader yet? Have I allowed my reader to break from the ship and float alone in an ocean of … Continue reading

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Book Giveaway Trivia Question

BOOK GIVEAWAY TRIVIA QUESTION– A dragonfly’s eye has how many lenses? Email me the correct answer and win a signed copy of my recently published novella Dragonflies in the Cowburbs!

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Press Release for Dragonflies in the Cowburbs

http://anaphoraliterary.com/catalogue/childrens-books/donelle-dreese/

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Press Release for Deep River Burning

Deep River Burning Press Release–WiDo Publishing

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12 Reasons Why the Humanities are Indispensable

So everyone knows the difference between their, there, and they’re. Because reading a book is not the same as understanding it. Because when Henry David Thoreau said “I wished to live deliberately,” he sparked a conversation that has lasted more … Continue reading

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