Inside/Out

Duck Lake Books presents


Inside/Out

poetry by
Jack Donahue




Book Release Date
February 15, 2020

ISBN: 978-1-943900-29-9
98 pages / paperback
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Inside/Out, as the title suggests, does exactly what poetry should do: examines that long history of fear, temptation, longing, joy, loss and exaltation that resides deep inside the poet, and in all of us, and brings it through the poem into the light, into the clean, fresh air. Sometimes confessional, sometimes revelatory, sometimes nostalgic, other times prophetic, these poems are the myths, legends, soul and flesh vital to life, marked for eternity.






About the Poet:


Jack Donahue, poet, short story writer and playwright, is a member in good standing of the Dramatists Guild of America and Opera America. Donahue received his M.Div. degree from New Brunswick Theological Seminary, NJ. He is married and resides on the North Fork of Long Island, New York.

 Numerous poems and short stories have appeared in literary arts journals such as Bindweed (Ireland); Stand (U.K.); Prole (U.K.); Poetry Salzburg Review (Austria); The Main Street Rag; Armarolla (Cypress); Opossum; North Dakota Quarterly; The Almagre Review and others throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Donahue has authored a children’s picture book, Come Play With Me By The Sea with illustrator Barbara Stein.

Several of his plays have been staged at: Arena Repertory Theatre, Farmingdale, NY; New Jersey Repertory Theatre, Long Branch, NJ; Bailiwick Theatre, Chicago, IL; Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL; table reading of play, MIRROR MAN, at the Dramatists Guild, via the Athena Theatre and staged excerpt at Dionysius Festival, Khaos Theatre, Indianapolis; BIRTHDAY BOY the musical co-written with composer Brett Roelofs, staged as Equity Lab production Davenport Theatre in NYC.







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