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2000 DELAWARE VALLEY JUDGE

DENISE A. COLLINS
Denise A. Collins, a poet and fiction writer from Lambertville, New Jersey, is the author of Kaleidoscope: A Retrospective (Copyright 1999 Black Oak Press), and Pyramids & Strange Sickness, a chapbook offered by The Plowman Publishing Company in Ontario, Canada, and Mourning Song and Other Poems, published by Black Oak Press). Her poems have appeared in The New Press Literary Quarterly, Shooting Star Review, Medicinal Purposes, Mediphors, Black Buzzard Review, US1 Worksheets, The River and Earth's Daughters. Denise is also one of thirteen poets featured in, Live at Karla's: Thirteen New Hope Poets, a 300-page anthology of performance poetry published by Moving Adverb Press. A participant in the Poet-in-the-Schools Program for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation since 1986, Denise also teaches poetry, the art of critique and creative writing for Project Impact, Arts-in-Education Foundation and the New Jersey School of the Arts. A writer and educational consultant by trade, Ms. Collins is currently employed by Dow Jones, publishers of The Wall Street Journal.

 

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