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Poet Donna Isaac grew up in the South but has been part of Minnesota’s writing community for over 30 years. She has a B.A. in English (James Madison University); an M.A. in English (University of Minnesota); and an MFA in creative writing (Hamline University). She is on the Board of Cracked Walnut, member of LOMP, and runs a reading series, Literary Lights at Next Chapter Booksellers. Poetry chapbooks include Tommy; Holy Comforter; and Persistence of Vision. Her paean to American roots music and the Appalachians is a full poetry collection, Footfalls. She publishes in various journals including The St. Paul Almanac, the Penn Review, and Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel. She is a teaching artist who has worked at the Loft, Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts, and through Cracked Walnut as well as in various schools.
Recent & Notable Works
Persistence of Vision (Finishing Line Press, 2019)
Footfalls (Pocahontas Press, 2018)
Holy Comforter (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2010)
Tommy (Red Dragonfly Press, 2009)