Donna Denizé is the author of the poetry chapbook, The Lover's Voice (1997) and a book of poems, Broken Like Job (2005). She holds degrees from Stonehill College and Howard University, where she was a student of poet Robert Hayden, while he served as Consultant to the Library of Congress. Her poems have appeared in anthologies such as Full Moon on K Street: Poems About Washington, DC, Hungry As We Are, WPFW Poetry Anthology, Weavings 2000, and magazines Provincetown Arts, Gargoyle, World Order, Innisfree Journal of Poetry, Orison and Beltway Poetry Quarterly. She served two years on The Folger Poetry Board, and has also contributed to scholarly books and journals, including Shakespeare Set Free, published by the Folger Shakespeare Library, English Journal, and Teacher’s Digest, an educational magazine from The Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Beltway Poetry Quarterly, 4 poems, Volume 12:2, Spring 2011: http://washingtonart.com/beltway/denize.html
Written by Donna Denize September 2013