Danielle Vogel’s textile scroll-works and ceramic book artifacts, which explore the ceremonial gestation of a manuscript as it is written, have been exhibited in galleries across the country. Her most recent collection, A Compendium of Intentional Inversions, will be exhibited at Abecedarian Gallery in Denver, Colorado, January 2012. The exhibit will be composed of ceramic swallow nests, pods, and hives in which “failed” excerpts from her manuscripts-in-progress will be homaged.
Dancing Girl Press published Danielle’s first chapbook, lit, in 2008. φre Habit is publishing her second chapbook, Incest Survivors' After Effects Checklist, early 2012. The publisher has placed her manuscript in conversation with a bowed piano composition by Stephen Scott. Danielle’s creative and critical writing has most recently appeared in The Denver Quarterly, Puerto del Sol, Tarpaulin Sky, Trickhouse, The Collagist, Sidebrow, and Caketrain. She received her MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University, and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Denver where, in addition to teaching literature, creative writing, and book arts classes, she is investigating divinatory poetics, nest architectures, and somatic trauma therapies in relation to syntactical structures.
Photograph by J.L. Schnabel
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