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Donna J. Gelagotis Lee

Author's Bio

Donna J. Gelagotis Lee’s book, On the Altar of Greece (Gival Press, 2006), winner of the Gival Press Poetry Award, received a 2007 Eric Hoffer Book Award: Notable for Art Category and was nominated for a Los Angeles Times Book Prize and other awards. Her poetry has appeared in numerous literary and scholarly journals. Donna lived in Greece for many years. She currently lives in New Jersey with her husband, poet and songwriter Dennis H. Lee

Publications and Prizes

On the Altar of Greece (Gival Press, 2006)
Decomposition: An Anthology of Fungi-Inspired Poems (Lost Horse Press, 2010), Poetic Voices Without Borders 2 (Gival Press, 2009), Cadence of Hooves: A Celebration of Horses (Yarroway Mountain Press, 2008), Letters to the World: Poems from the Wom-po Listserv (Red Hen Press, 2008), The Global Game: Writers on Soccer (University of Nebraska Press, 2008), Women. Period. (Spinsters Ink, 2008), You Are Here: New York City Streets in Poetry (P&Q Press, 2006), Rough Places Plain: Poems of the Mountains (Salt Marsh Pottery Press, 2005), Tokens: Contemporary Poetry of the Subway (P&Q Press, 2003), Line Drives: 100 Contemporary Baseball Poems (Southern Illinois University Press, 2002)
Bitter Oleander, Calyx, Cimarron Review, Cortland Review, Crab Orchard Review, Dalhousie Review, Descant, Feminist Studies, Jacket, Janus Head, Journal of New Jersey Poets, Magma Poetry, Massachusetts Review, Midwest Quarterly, Modern Haiku, Seattle Review, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, Vallum, Women's Studies Quarterly
Seventh Annual Gival Press Poetry Award; 2007 Eric Hoffer Book Award: Notable for Art Category

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