Daniel A. Harris

Daniel A. Harris

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Daniel A. Harris's first collection of poems, Loose Parlance, appeared in 2008 (Princeton: Ragged Sky Press).  He has published some of his poetry in The California Review,  Midstream, The Threepenny Review, The Sow's Ear, US One Worksheets, Kerem, Blue Unicorn, Living Text, The Evansville Review, Regarding Arts and Letters, The Higginsville Reader, Prelaton, Love's Chance, Blueline, The Silt Reader, Tiger's Eye, and Poetica. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart award. He has written books on William Butler Yeats (1974), Gerard Manley Hopkins (1982), and Alfred Tennyson (1984). He is the founder of JEWISH VOICES: 200 YEARS OF POETRY IN ENGLISH, his education program of presentations and short courses for Jewish organizations (1998-2003). He works with regional conservation organizations and has recently been involved in campaigns to save old-growth acreage from inappropriate development and to prevent the development of a gated community in downtown Princeton, NJ.

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Winner, 2012 Literal Latte Food Verse Contest.
“Cupcakes?!” “Oui, mais cupcakes de France!” you purr.
We grin — that coarse word young Julia, post-war,
would have scorned. Il n’ya pas un mot français….

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