Don Cellini is a poet, translator and photographer. He is the author of Approximations / Aproximaciones (2005) and Inkblots (2008) both collections of bilingual poems published by March Street Press. His book of prose poems, Translate into English, as well as the bilingual collection Candidates for Sainthood and Other Sinners / Aprendices del santo, and his translation El silencio de las horas / The Silence of the Hours, are all published by Mayapple Press. A chapbook, Stone Poems, was published by FootHills Publishing.
by Don Cellini
shadows on the
in the scenes.
And when the
cured the sick,
waiting in line
at the Seven Eleven
to buy a mega
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Don Cellini’s photography has been displayed at Adrian College, Adrian Public Library and Image Gallery in Adrian as well as Downtown Latte, Toledo Public Library, the National Center for Nature Photography in Toledo, and at Notre Dame College in Cleveland. A recipient of fellowships from the King Juan Carlos foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, he is professor emeritus at Adrian College. He divides his time between Toledo and Savannah, Georgia.
To learn more about Don, or how to purchase any of his exceptional books, please visit: doncellini.com.
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Congratulations Don. Thanks for giving a quick glance at your prose.