Poet. Writer. Educator. Reader. Since childhood, Dawn Leas has been fascinated by words and the paths they take to form stories both fictional and true. She invites you to meander around her site, read a few of her poems, learn about what has lead her to this point, and see where she is heading.
Her work has appeared on Cumberland River Review, The Pedestal Magazine, goldwakepress.org, Willows Wept Review, Writers’ Bloc, Poetry in Transit, Southern Women’s Review, Literary Mama, San Pedro River Review, Connecticut River Review and Interstice, as well as Images: Written and Photographed, Blue, and Ripasso.
Publications on the Web
A Q&A with fiction writer Gale Martin: http://galemartin.squarespace.com/blog/2012/3/27/writer-wednesday-with-poet-dawn-leas.html
Listen to Dawn’s interviews with Erika Funke on WVIA’s “ArtScene.”
Watch Mulberry Poets & Writers Association Members read at The Bowery Club
Reviews of I Know When to Keep Quiet:
Read book reviews and an interview by Dawn in Poets’ Quarterly: