Our eyes don't meet.
Wary of me,
About Iowa Writes
Since 2006, Iowa Writes has featured the work of Iowa-identified writers (whether they have Iowa roots or live here now) and work published by Iowa journals and publishers on The Daily Palette. Iowa Writes features poetry, fiction, or nonfiction twice a week on the Palette.
In November of 2008, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated Iowa City, Iowa, the world's third City of Literature, making the community part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
Iowa City has joined Edinburgh, Scotland and Melbourne, Australia as UNESCO Cities of Literature.
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Joseph Donka is a high school English teacher, former newspaper columnist, aspiring young-adult novelist, and shameless libertine. He has attended the 2012 and 2013 Iowa Summer Writing Festivals. He currently lives in Palos Heights, Illinois with his wife, Jenn. If you enjoy his work, please show your appreciation with scotch and bacon.
This is day one of our three-day celebration of Joseph Donka's poetry.
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