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Danielle Vogel

Assistant Professor of the Practice in Creative Writing

285 Court Street, 303


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BA Dowling College
MA Naropa University
PHD University of Denver

Danielle Vogel

A poet, lyric essayist, and installation artist, Danielle Vogel is the author of The Way a Line Hallucinates its Own Linearity (Red Hen Press 2020), Edges & Fray (Wesleyan University Press 2019), Between Grammars  (Noemi Press 2015), the artist book Narrative & Nest (Abecedarian Gallery 2012), and the chapbooks In Resonance (Essay Press 2017) and lit (Dancing Girl Press 2008). As a writer, Vogel explores the bonds between language and presence, between a reader and a writer, and how a book, as an extended architecture of a body, might serve as a site of radical transformation. Her installations, which often celebrate the archives of memory stored within language, have been exhibited most recently at Bruna Press + Archive, The Nordic House in Reykjavik, Iceland, RISD Museum, MICA, Temple and Pace Universities, The University of Arizona’s Poetry Center, and Abecedarian Gallery. As a professor, Vogel specializes in documentary and investigatory poetics, eco-poetry, visual poetry, the lyric essay, memory and memoir, cross-genre works, interdisciplinary arts and book arts. She holds a PhD from The University of Denver, a MFA from Naropa University, and has taught across genres and the visual arts at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, The University of Washington at Bothell, Brown University, and Wesleyan University. You can read her Faculty Reflection  on the themes of reimagining success and crossing thresholds with intention at Wesleyan’s 2018 Senior Voices. 

Academic Affiliations

Office Hours

Spring 2019 Office Hours

Thursdays & Fridays: 4:30-5:30
and by appointment



Spring 2019
ENGL 216 - 01
Techniques of Poetry

ENGL 292 - 01
Techniques of Nonfiction

Fall 2019
ENGL 292 - 01
Techniques of Nonfiction

ENGL 336 - 01
Intermediate Poetry Workshop