Daniel Donaghy

ddDr. Daniel Donaghy, Professor of English, is the author of five poetry collections, most recently Somerset (NYQ Books, 2018), Start with the Trouble (U of Arkansas Press, 2009), which won the Paterson Prize for Literary Excellence and was a Finalist for the Connecticut Book Award, and Streetfighting (BkMk Press/U Missouri-Kansas City, 2005) which was a Finalist for the Paterson Prize. He has received grants from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism and the Saltonstall Foundation and the Christian Hoepfner Award from Southern Humanities Review and the Joy Harjo Poetry Award, Honorable Mention, from Cutthroat. His poems and fiction have appeared in The Southern Review, Antioch Review, Notre Dame Review, december, North American Review, Prairie Schooner, Paterson Literary Review, Missouri Review, Quarterly West, Southern Humanities Review, Cutthroat, Cimarron Review, Poet Lore, New Letters, Alaska Quarterly Review, Nimrod, Sou’wester, West Branch, Commonweal, Image, Fourteen Hills, River Styx, Painted Bride Quarterly, The Texas Review, and many other journals and on Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, and Garrison Keillor’s The Writers Almanac. He is also editor of the poetry journal Here, which released its first issue in Fall 2017.