Daniel Bourne

Daniel Bourne

Professor; Editor of Artful Dodge (On Leave 2013-2014)

Department/Affiliation: English
Phone: 330-263-2332
Office Address: 215 Kauke
Email

Degrees

  • B.A., Indiana 1979
  • M.F.A., Indiana 1987

Courses Taught

  • ENGL 199: Editing a Literary Magazine
  • ENGL 230: Literature of the Cold War
  • First Year Seminar
  • Fiction and Creative Nonfiction
  • Post-World War II Poetry

Awards and Professional Memberships

As founding editor of the literary journal Artful Dodge, he was awarded the 1993 Ohioana Library Association's Award for Editorial Excellence.

Publications

  • The recipient of four poetry fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, most recently in 2004-2005
  • Published two books of poetry: The Household Gods and Where No One Spoke the Language
  • Contributed poems to American Poetry Review, Field, Ploughshares, Salmagundi, and others
  • Published a collection of his translations of the poetry and essays of Polish political writer Tomasz Jastrun: On the Crossroads of Asia and Europe
  • Other translations appear in Partisan Review, Northwest Review, and Colorado Review

Notes

Bourne is active in contemporary American literature, Polish literature and culture, and writing with a strong sense of place, especially creative nonfiction involving the environment. He was a Fulbright research fellow to Poland in 1985-87.