The Metropolis Is but a System of Streets within the Heart (forthcoming)
[Q & A] Can you distinguish between the loss of time (forthcoming)
Black Fox Literary Magazine
DASH Literary Journal
Jet Fuel Review Issue 10
Lines + Stars
Anthology of Chicago
Jet Fuel Review Issue 4
"Shelly Taylor’s debut effort, Black-Eyed Heifer, is a mosaic of form and language . . . It is a riptide pulling its readers out into the deep, powerful currents of nostalgia."
"There is a journalistic objectivity to Quan Barry’s new collection of poems, Water Puppets . . . There can be no denial: the winner of the 2010 Donald Hall Prize in Poetry is a demanding, worthwhile read."
"Post- is much like a reservoir . . . Volumes of Miller’s precise and resonant language flood every space within this book, creating a world of both gritty intensity and thoughtful poise. As a collection, Post- carries significant momentum. . ."
The following interviews originally appeared on Sharkforum.
Dane Hamann holds a BA in Studio Art and English from Saint Olaf College in Northfield, MN and an MFA in Creative Writing from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. His poem "Daniel Hudson Burnham" received 2nd Place for the Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Award in the 2012 Illinois Emerging Writers Competition. He's a staff member of TriQuarterly, the literary magazine of Northwestern University.
Dane works as a copy editor and indexer for American Technical Publishers, a textbook and digital media publisher in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. Previously, he interned at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Milkweed Editions, a literary publisher.