Donna Reis is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Incantations (Eurydice Press, 1995) and Dog Shows and Church (Eurydice Press, 2000).  Her poetry collection Jesus of the Brazen and Selfish is forthcoming. Reis's poetry, essays, and criticisms have been published in The American Book Review, A Gathering of Tribes, Cumberland Poetry Review, Hudson Valley Magazine, Old-House Interiors and elsewhere.  She received the Meyer Cohn Essay Award in 2002 from the City College of New York.  A student of Marilyn Hacker and the late William Matthews, she completed a Master of Arts Degree in Creative Writing at The City College, City University of New York in 2002.  She also received a Master of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Hunter College, City University of New York in 1987.  Reis was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, and now lives in Warwick, New York, with her husband Jim Delahanty.


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