About the Artist
Dawn directs the Frost Place Conference for Poetry and Teaching, held each summer at Robert Frost's home in Franconia, New Hampshire. She is the author of seven books of prose and poetry, and her poems and essays have appeared in journals such as the Sewanee Review, the Threepenny Review, and the Times Literary Supplement. In addition to writing, editing, and teaching, she plays fiddle and sings in the band Doughty Hill. She lives in Portland.
Preferred Audiences: All
Disciplines: Literature, Creative nonfiction, Performance, Poetry