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Hennebach Lecture Series Presents a night with the Poet David J. Daniels
Department / Organization: HASS
The Hennebach Program in the Humanities celebrates National Poetry Month with David J. Daniels, award-winning author of CLEAN. This is a public event, so join us for a night of poetry and laughter!
Professor Daniels will read and sign any books brought to the reading, and there will be a short question and answer session at the end of the reading..
David J. Daniels is an editor, essayist, teacher, and poet who writes often about the cultural ramifications of new and old testament dogma, about human sexuality and innocence, and elegiac treatment of survivors and victims alike (many of them friends) of the AIDS crisis. Daniels graduate thesis investigated the culture of hate, especially those focused efforts by US hate groups, and his scholarship and research on formal poetry is seen clearly in the many formal and created forms he creates for his own poetry. David J. Daniels is the author of Clean (Four Way Books), winner of the Four Way Books Intro Prize, and finalist for the Kate Tufts Award and Lambda Literary Award for Poetry. He is also the author of two chapbooks, Breakfast in the Suburbs (Seven Kitchens Press), and Indecency (Seven Kitchen Press). He teaches composition in the University Writing Program at the University of Denver and has received fellowships or scholarships from Kenyon Review, Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and The Stadler Center at Bucknell University.
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Published in Digest Date: Friday, April 21, 2017