02 May Invisible Shores
Red Butte Press announces Invisible Shores by Danielle Dubrasky, the fourth imprint of the Book Arts Program (BAP), a division of Special Collections at the J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah. BAP imprints are designed, printed, and bound in-house; they feature collaborations with University of Utah scholars and artists, and provide active educational opportunities for book arts students.
Danielle Beazer Dubrasky’s poetry has been published in Pilgrimage, Sugar House Review, Salt Front, Cave Wall, Contrary Magazine, and Quill&Parchment. Her poems were also published in a limited edition art book Invisible Shores by Red Butte Press of the University of Utah. Her chapbook Ruin and Light won the 2014 Anabiosis Press Chapbook Competition. She has been a finalist for White Pines Press, a semi-finalist for Backwaters Press and Elixir Press, and a fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts. She is also a two time recipient of the Utah Arts Council first place award in poetry. She is the poetry editor for Contemporary Rural Social Work journal and has developed a curriculum of poetry writing exercises to be used in poetry therapy groups. Danielle is both an associate professor of Creative Writing at Southern Utah University and the director of the SUU Tanner Center for Human Values. She grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, but has lived the last 20 years in southern Utah.
Danielle Dubrasky on Invisible Shores:
Danielle Dubrasky’s Invisible Shores was produced at the Red Butte Press and released at the premier of Valley of Enchantment by Mark Dal Porto, performed by The Orchestra of Southern Utah on February 23, 2017. Photography, design, letterpress & digital printing, and binding completed collaboratively by Crane Giamo, Allison Milham, Hailey Rabdau, Marnie Powers-Torrey, Amy Thompson, and Emily Tipps. “Great Basin” was previously published in Fire in the Pasture, ed. Tyler Chadwick. Pecular Pages, 2011. The deluxe edition of Invisible Shores includes a slip-case and a CD with a recording of the Orchestra of Southern Utah performing Valley of Enchantment, composed by Mark Dal Porto, reflecting imagery from Danielle Dubrasky’s poems.