Dan Howell


Dan Howell's kin came to Kentucky in 1784, before it became a state, settling in what was then Fayette County, Virginia. His collection of poems, Lost Country (Massachusetts), was the runner-up for the Norma Farber First Book Award of the Poetry Society of America, and short-listed for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in Poetry. Other awards include a Writing Fellowship (Poetry) at the Fine ArtsWork Center in Provincetown, the Tom McAfee Discovery Award (Missouri Review), and a citation for Notable Essay in Best American Essays 1993. A chapbook of poems, Whatever Light Used to Be (Workhorse) was published in 2018. Currently he lives and teaches in Lexington, Kentucky, back in his hometown after decades elsewhere.


Dan and Phil Go Outside

Dan Howell and Phil Lester


Shadows Among Us

Dan Howell