Category Archives: Art and Politics 2020

Short Plays to Long Remember are now part of American Phantasmagoria by Daniel P Quinn in 2022.

There is an allusion to Mary Lincoln in my play FANGS TO RICHES as part of American Phantasmagoria.  Attached is a gripping Civil War article not by me, but important as history with djt’s assault on Gettysburg.

Gettysburg’s Angel: A young South Jersey nurse saved lives and soothed the dying amid the carnage of the Civil War’s epochal clash.

Cornelia Hancock

Cornelia Hancock, far right, at the time of the Civil War. Bottom right: Camp Letterman, the field hospital where she served at Gettysburg.
Photo-Illustration by Doug Stern.

Daniel P Quinn books on Lulu and Author House from 2005/22.

Daniel P Quinn and ArtsPRunlimited, Inc. announce that “organized labor: Collected Poems is joined by Exits & Entrances, 25 Years Off-Broadway, Opera & Beyond.

For artists immersed in the world of movement, music and color, it seems a natural progression to also let their talents spill onto blank pages. Quinn achieves this beautifully.

A tribute to the musicians and writers who have inspired him most and a testimony to his dedication to the performing arts, Organized Labor: Collected Poems is a dance of language across a stage of white space. He combines wordplay and spatial arrangement to create a startling array of poetry that pleases the mind and the eye.

Quinn writes, “Some of the poems are meant to be seen on the page as artworks in themselves; others are meant to be read.” His poetic works span more than 20 years. His earlier poems reflect a light, whimsical style while more recent ones reveal a darker view of life.

Many of Quinn’s poems capture his affection for musicality in creative ways, employing alliteration, internal rhyme and syncopation. He honors his ancestors in distilled family portraits of words such as “Part II,” “Labor Poem II,” and “New York Trilogy.”

Quinn even includes early family photographs that add a rich layer of history. Sometimes poignant, sometimes edgy, Organized Labor: Collected Poems remains provocative throughout and sparkles with the energy of a multitude of artistic genres.
Daniel P Quinn, is also an accomplished producer and director of theater performances, vis Ramapo College of New Jersey and a MA The American University in Washington, D.C.

Among his numerous achievements, he founded ArtsPRunlimited, Inc., working to produce an up-and-coming arts festival in New York. He was the producing director of the U.S. stage premier of Hector Berlioz’ “Childhood of Christ”. His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, New York Post, Irish Voice and New York on Stage.

He has published articles in Italian Tribune, Performing Arts Journal, The Herald News and The Theater Journal, and his letters have appeared in the News York Times. Quinn served as office manager and acting director of The Writers Room in New York City. He has also written the article Notes on a mid-career life in an American Theater in Sensations. Other articles have appeared in the Audiophile Voice magazine.
Organized Labor:Collected Poems:
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