Collection- Ellipse

by Danielle Shelley Carr

A list of poems by Danielle Shelley Carr. Reference - Ellipse, 2012.

The Evolution of Ourselves

The Doll House

Times Past Recreated Like Life

Cinema of Sky

Future Past

Linear Neon

Our Street Ended In Sky

The Universal Fiddle

Villanelle of the Grey Gypsy

The Ballade of the Wray Witch

Voices In The Dark

To Arietta

The Wedding At The Church Of Lost Lament

Como House

The Red Room (Jane Eyre The Musical)

The Eternal Dreamscape

Sonnet To A Seraph

Captured - The Journal Of Dariah Drakenshire

The Immortal Canvas

The Apothecary

Farthest Antipodes

The Land In Between

Dowager

Sapphi And The Symphonious Garden

Reprised Legend

Interim

The Hidden Garden

Ellypsus - An Epic

Arc Of Sky

Threshold of Night

Blom (German - The Transformation) - verse novel

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ABOUT THE POET ~
Born Melbourne, Australia, 1970, Named after famous English Gothic authoress, Mary Shelley., First began writing novels at age twelve after seeing a clip from the film, Wuthering Heights, (1939), (possibly) distant relative of acclaimed British author David Peace, by way of George Peace (1829), of Ossett, West Yorkshire, who emigrated to Talbot, Victoria, in 1852, Editor, Australis - a collection of writing of academics in the disciplines of Creative Writing and Literature., Her collection of poetry, entitled Ellipse, was published in 2012. Reviewed in The Australian Writer, 2015., A verse novel, Blom, in German, meaning The Transformation, published in 2014. Recorded interview, RRR, Melbourne radio, Multi-Storied program, 27 April 2015., First Prize national writing competition for poetry, (Australia) at age 14., Also author of Gothic thriller novel, 'Blood for St Valentine'., Her books are available in Australian and NZ libraries., Author - thesis - Psychological Reflections on Post - Modernist Gothic Literature - published Deakin University 2014., Poetry published in 'Southerly', Sydney University's national journal (Aust.), Windmills, (Deakin University) and Cursive Scripts (NMIT), and performed by RMIT Theatre, and on radio., Qualifications: B.A. Media Studies - Film, M.A. (Writing and Literature) - Literary Studies, Deakin University.


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