Willows Wept Review – Snapped Collarbone; On the Shore of the Lake, I Stare into the Midnight Sky (forthcoming)
Riggwelter – Ice Bright in the Harbor (forthcoming)
Harpur Palate – Scrap (forthcoming)
The Night Heron Barks – Thresholds (forthcoming)
Figure 1 – Highway
Porridge Magazine – Spring; Rust
Recenter Press Journal – Fields
Lily Poetry Review – Distance Sonnet (print)
Two Thirds North – Lights (print)
Door is a Jar Magazine – Midnight Cascading; Sailing Stones (print)
Ghost City Review – Thoughts
Kissing Dynamite – Ennui
Barren Magazine – Hammer Sonnet
Thin Air Magazine – The Late Hours (print)
L'éphémère Review – August Sonnet
Nice Cage – Two poems
Typehouse Magazine – Beachcomber (print)
Black Fox Literary Magazine – Runner (print)
Two Peach – Who will play the song of catastrophe
Switchback Journal – From how small a split will we supernova; We bathe in miles of dust
COUNTERCLOCK Journal – Pinhole Sunrise
Half Mystic – Q & A: What makes an ordinary thing improbable? (print)
Wildness – [Q & A] (Will the nearly broken world)
Water~Stone Review – Mill (print)
DASH Literary Journal – High Water (print)
Jet Fuel Review Issue 10 – Q & A poems
Lines + Stars – Fifty-Two Card Pickup
Cobalt Review – Light Splashing So Deliberately
Anthology of Chicago – The Cloisters
Floodwall Magazine – Blood Orange
Stymie – At the Pole Vault Pits
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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.