Individual Author Record
Name: David BreedenPen Name: None Genre: C:ADULT Fiction Poetry Born: 1958 in Granite City, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionBreeden was born in Granite City and grew up on the family farm near Broughton. He attended Southern Illinois University. His novels are based in Southern Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationThe Reverend Doctor David Breeden has an MFA from The Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa, a Ph.D. from the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi, with additional study at Breadloaf and in writing and Buddhism at Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. He also has a Master of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago. His poetry, essays, and short fiction have appeared in such journals as Mississippi Review, Nebo, Poet Lore, Mid-American Review,, North Atlantic Review, Boston Literary Review, Turnstile, Nidus, and Paragraph. He has published four novels and ten books of poetry. He is on the editorial board of Virtual Artist’s Collective, a Chicago publisher. His book This Is Just To Say: Variations on a Theme of William Carlos Williams has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and the Award in Religion and The Arts from the American Academy of Religion. Breeden is a Unitarian Universalist minister.
*''Picnics'', Black Buzzard, 1985*''Hey, Schliemann: Poems'', Edwin Mellen, 1990*''Double Headed End Wrench'', Cloverdale Press, 1992*''Bulding a Boat'', March Street Press, 1995*''The Guiltless Traveler'', March Street Press, 1996*''Another Number: A Novel of the 70s'', Silver Phoenix Press, 1998*''Artistas'', Superior Books, 2000*''Surviving the Coup'', March Street Press, 2003*''A Poet's Guide to Divorce: Poems'', Waterbury, Connecticut, 2005*"Stigmata," March Street Pr., 2006*"This Is Just to Say: Meditations on a Theme by William Carlos Williams," Virtual Artists Collective, 2009 *"The Adventures of Beowulf," CreateSpace, 2011