To book DéLana R.A. Dameron for a speaking engagement, please contact Leslie Shipman at The Shipman Agency. 

A prose piece, “The Rhythms We Keep Since My Mother’s Stroke” was published on Catapult in April 2019.

A prose piece, “What Work Is” was published in Crab Orchard Review’s March 2019 issue. 

Two poems, “First meeting” and “The Proposal” were published in Southern Cultures Fall 2018 issue; “The Proposal” was included in a chapbook Bounty Everlasting, a 25th anniversary commemorative publication.

University of Mississippi, Oxford named DéLana R.A. Dameron as the 2018 Summer Poet in Residence.

A poem, “My Love is Black” appeared on Academy of American Poet’s Poem a Day in May 2018.

Poet Laureate Ed Madden, Ray McManus, and DeLana R.A. Dameron in conversation & reading with Glenis Redmond at Peace Center in Greenville, SC January 2018.

DéLana taught a Spring Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction & Poetry course at NYU January 2018.

London-based poet Siana Bangura & DeLana Dameron in conversation and reading at Common House, London UK September 2017.

DéLana conducted an eight-series workshop, “A Street in Brooklyn: Gwendolyn Brooks” for Cave Canem Foundation in Fall 2017. 

DéLana conducted a six-week workshop “Poetic Narratives: writing the varied & whole story” for Poets House in Fall 2017.

Joy Priest of Yemassee Journal at the University of South Carolina discusses with DeLana her upcoming reading during the total eclipse in Columbia, South Carolina August 2017.

A poem, “My Breath is Black” was published in wildness literary magazine in July 2017.

DéLana conducted a workshop this summer 2017 in Bed Stuy! So Much Things to Say: Writing the Letter Poem. 

Jessica Lynne & DeLana R.A. Dameron in conversation, “A Letter from an Arts Worker” in ARTS.BLACK. 

A prose piece, “We Show Up in Unexpected Places” on Olympic Shot Put winner Michelle Carter on ESPNW.

Abdul Ali interview’s DéLana R.A. Dameron about Weary Kingdom on Best American Poetry Blog.

“On Cartographer” part of In Their Own Words Feature on Poetry Society of America’s Blog.

A poem, “My Blood is Black” was featured on BuzzFeed, special thanks to Morgan Parker.

In conversation with Randall Horton, Kendra Hamilton, and Marcus Amaker. Critical Flame.

Listening to the Black National Anthem on Repeat: In conversation with Hafizah Jeter on Charleston Church Massacre. Los Angeles Review of Books.

In Church In Charleston: In conversation with Jessica Lynne on Charleston Church Massacre. Los Angeles Review of Books.

Charleston’s Psychic Landscape: In conversation with Kwame Dawes on Charleston Church Massacre. Los Angeles Review of Books.

The Holy City: Charleston, A Remembrance. An essay-meditation on Charleston, SC after the Charleston Church Massacre. Los Angeles Review of Books.

Up Here, From There.In Conversation with Jessica Lynne on Jacob Lawrence’s “The Great Migration” Series. ARTS.BLACK.

Phantasmagoria. Published in Storyscape Journal.

“Consider the Bird” was published on The Rumpus. Click here to read and listen.

An excerpt from a long poem, The Years the Locusts Have Eaten appeared in Epiphany Magazine.

A prose piece, “Second Law of Physics” was published by The New Sound journal out of the University of New Haven.

A prose piece, “Southern Enough,” published in Tidal Basin Review, Summer 2011 and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Review: Janice N. Harrington Even the Hollow My Body Made is GonePost No Ills.