Daniel G. Scott – Surrey Muse

Daniel G Scott is a poet, educator and an arts organizer who has published six books of poetry including Travels with Athóma (Aeolus House, 2022), gnarled love, terrains, Random Excess and Aftertime with Ekstasis Editions. He is the editor of Voicing Suicide (Ekstasis Editions, 2020), an anthology of suicide poems with an afterword by Australian scholar, Dr. Katrina Jaworski. His title black onion, and two chapbooks street signs and Interrupted were published by Goldfinch Press while his chapbook [klee-shays] undone was released by Nose in Book Publishing in 2020. Daniel was the Artistic Director of the Planet Earth Poetry Reading Series in Victoria for nearly 6 years. His poems have been published in journals, anthologies and chapbooks as well as numerous academic publications. Recently, several of his suicide poems have appeared in academic journal articles on the topic of suicide. He co-authored, with Shannon McFerran, The Girls Diary Project (University of Victoria, 2013), an account of research involving adolescent girls’ diaries. He won a one-act playwriting competition in New Brunswick in 1984. Daniel is an Associate Professor Emeritus at the University of Victoria.

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At the March 25, 2023 gathering of Surrey Muse, Daniel will be the Featured Author. More about the event is here: saturday-march-25

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