U.S. PREMIERE FOR ALMIGHTY VOICE AND HIS WIFE
Turtle Theater Collective celebrated it’s first company production with Daniel’s Almighty Voice and His Wife, directed by Kathy Pardue to outstanding reviews. Southern Theater, Minneapolis, MN, March 2018. The production marks this play’s U.S. Premiere!
RECENT PUBLICATION RELEASES…
‘MY FIVE’ FEATURE IN ELQ MAGAZINE 2018
A Not So Small Craft, short essay by Daniel for the ‘My Five’ feature is published, pages 89-91, ELQ, Volume 41 No.3, Mount Forest, ON, Spring 2018.
NEW POEMS PUBLISHED IN EVENT MAGAZINE WINTER 2017-18
Savour three newly published poems, Into the Pass, The Last Lady on the Train, and Nocturne for W.T. in Event Magazine Winter 2017/2018, edited by Joanne Arnott, Douglas College, New Westminster, B.C.
COYOTE CITY/BIG BUCK CITY RELEASE NOV 2017
EXILE EDITIONS FALL
Exile Editions is pleased to add these early plays in a combined edition as part of their Exile Classic Series, Number Twenty-nine as part of their Fall 2017 new releases. Paperback, 240 pages, $24.95CD ISBN 978-1550966787
ALEXANDER STREET PUBLISHES 9 PLAYS ONLINE
Daniel has nine selected plays from his works included in Native American Indian Drama, a collection of more than 200 plays representing the stories and creative energies of American Indian and First Nations playwrights of the 20th century. This unique, web-based publication contains full text plays with detailed, fielded information on related publications, theatres, production companies and more. The database also includes the Native Playwrights’ Newsletter, a unique resource, containing a wealth of original essays, articles, photographs, interviews, reviews and production information related to the plays. Available by subscription or one-time purchase at http://alexanderstreet.com
APPOINTMENTS & WORKS IN PROGRESS…
The Advisory Board of Oskana Poetry and Poetics book series of the University of Regina Press has appointed Daniel as a Member (2016).
EXILE, The Literary Quarterly has appointed Daniel David Moses as a Contributing Editor. Discover this exciting all-Canadian magazine at www.ExileQuarterly.com!
Journey of Peace Tree Planting and Dedication, The Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, ON, August 4, 2005, included Planting a Tree in August, a poem, inscribed on four granite markers at the feet of white pine saplings surrounding a bench to establish a peace garden, in memory of the people of Hiroshima and the students of residential schools, part of a long term collaboration with ElizaBeth Hill and Shelley Niro to explore the Iroquoian traditions of peace in the contemporary world.
ONLINE BLOGS, MUSINGS AND CONNECTIONS…
Diaspora Dialogues features Daniel…sparks a Globe and Mail blog:
Colleague & Fellow Poet/Playwright Vera Manuel
The late Indigenous writer, Vera Manuel, devoted her life to encouraging others to free themselves through the use of their personal voices.
The PUBLIC THEATER’S NATIVE THEATER FESTIVAL (New York City)