Daniel Thomas Moran
Daniel Thomas Moran is the author of five volumes of poetry, the most recent, From HiLo to Willow Pond, was published by Street Press in 2002. He has read widely at libraries, schools and universities throughout New York City and Long Island and has done readings in Ireland, Italy and Austria. From 1997-2005 he served as Vice-President of The Walt Whitman Birthplace Association in West Hills, New York where he instituted The Long Island School of Poetry Reading Series and has been Literary Correspondent to Long Island Public Radio where he hosted The Long Island Radio Magazine. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize on three occasions. In 2005 he was appointed Poet Laureate by The Legislature of Suffolk County, New York. His has edited The Light of City and Sea: An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry (Street Press, 2006). His collected papers are being archived by The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is a practicing Doctor of Dentistry on Shelter Island in New York where he lives with his wife Karen.

Books available from Poetry Salzburg:

Daniel Thomas Moran: Looking for the Uncertain Past, April 2006. 112 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-24-4; ISBN-10 3-901993-24-X
£10.50 (+ 2.00 p&p), €13.00 (+ 2.50 p&p), US$ 18.00 (+ 3.00 p&p)