Author Archives: Donelle Dreese

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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The Healing Properties of Poetry

A Sense of Awe The poem “The Summer Day” by Mary Oliver contemplates humility and an extraordinary sense of awe.  It is about seeing the miraculous in ordinary things, that upon closer look, are not so ordinary, such as the tiny movements … Continue reading

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