Danielle Chapman is a poet, nonfiction writer, and lecturer in English at Yale University. Her memoir, Holler: A Poet Among Patriots (2023) and her second book of poems, Boxed Juice (forthcoming, 2024) are published by Unbound Edition Press. Her debut poetry collection, Delinquent Palaces, was published by Northwestern University Press in 2015. Chapman’s poems have appeared widely, including in The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, The Nation, and Poetry. Two chapters from Holler appeared originally in The Oxford American, and the opening essay will be part of the debut issue of Revel, a literary journal edited by Atsuro Riley and launching in Fall 2023. Chapman has written poetry criticism for The Yale Review, The Threepenny Review, The Financial Times and The New York Times Book Review.


Alternate Appalachias

March 22, 2024 2:30PM – 4PM

Three memoirists examine their lives in Appalachia, revealing the breadth and diversity of the region.

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