Dawn Paul’s new novel, THE COUNTRY OF LONELINESS, is now available from Marick Press. Her stories, essays and poems have been published in anthologies in the US and Wales. Her short fiction has also appeared in Junctures (New Zealand), The Sun Magazine, 14 Hills and The Redwood Coast Review, and online at Blithe House Quarterly, Hiss Quarterly and Storyglossia. She has created collaborative works with actors, dancers and visual artists. She has been a writing resident at the Ragdale Foundation, Vermont Studio Center and the Spring Creek Project and is a graduate of the creative writing MFA program at Goddard College. She has taught at community schools and wildlife sanctuaries and is the editor of Corvid Press, a small, independent press.
Publications and Prizes
The Country of Loneliness (Marick Press, 2009)
Best Lesbian Love Stories 2005 (Alyson Publications, 2005), Going Alone: Women's Wilderness Adventures (Seal Press, 2004), A Woman's Touch (Alyson Publications, 2003), Steady As She Goes (Seal Press, 2003)
Blithe House Quarterly, Folio: A Literary Journal at American University, Fourteen Hills, Hiss Quarterly, Pedestal Magazine, Redwood Coast Review, River Walk Journal, Snowy Egret, Sun Magazine, Talking River Review
What I'm Reading Now:
Not Over Forty-essays on writers and writing by Willa Cather, The Book of Laughter & Forgetting by Milan Kundera, Matters of Chance by Jeannette Haien, American Romances by Rebecca Brown, The Meat & Spirit Plan by Selah Saterstrom
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Listing last updated: June 9, 2011