Dan Vera

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Dan Vera
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Dan Vera reading at Busboys and Poets, 2013
Born South Texas
Nationality American
Ethnicity Cuban
Genres Poetry

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Dan Vera (born South Texas) is an American poet and editor of Cuban descent living in Washington D.C.[1]

Career[edit]

Vera is the author of Speaking Wiri Wiri, (Red Hen Press, 2013)[2] and The Space Between Our Danger and Delight, (Beothuk Books, 2009). His manuscript The Guide to Imaginary Monuments was selected by Orlando Ricardo Menes, for the 2012 Letras Latinas/Red Hen Poetry Prize.[3]

His work has appeared in Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Notre Dame Review,[1] Delaware Poetry Review, Gargoyle, Konch, and Red Wheelbarrow.[4]

He serves on the boards of Split This Rock Poetry and Rainbow History Project.[4] He founded Brookland Area Writers & Artists.[5]

Vera is the Managing Editor of White Crane. He publishes other poets through Vrzhu Press and Souvenir Spoon Books.

He lives in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, D.C.[6]

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

Anthologies[edit]

  • Gratitude Prayers. Andrews McMeel. February 2013. ISBN 978-1449421762. 
  • Divining Divas: 100 Gay Men on their Muses. Lethe Press. 
  • Full Moon On K Street: Poems About Washington, DC. Plan B Press. December 1, 2010. 
  • Dog Blessings. New World Library. October 1, 2008. ISBN 978-1-57731-616-9. 
  • D.C. Poets Against The War. Argonne House Press. 2004. ISBN 1-887641-98-X. 

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