Mary Rohrer-Dann is a writer and painter who grew up in Philadelphia and now lives in central Pennsylvania. She taught writing and literature for many years at Pennsylvania State University. Her work has appeared in Sun Dog, Antietam Review, Best of Philadelphia Stories Anthology 2, San Antonio Review, MacQueen’s Quinterly, Flashes of Brilliance, Flash Fiction, Literary Heist, and other publications. Two narrative poem projects, La Scaffetta: Poems from the Foundling Drawer, and Accidents of Being, were adapted to stage by Tempest Productions, Inc. and produced in NYC; State College, PA; and Philadelphia. She lives with her husband Michael Dann in State College, PA., and visits their daughter Chelsea (of whom she is immensely proud) in California whenever she can.
Paperback: 74 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (November 28, 2020)