Daniel Thomas Moran

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Daniel Thomas Moran is the Humanist’s new arts editor. He is also a humanist celebrant and the author of ten collections of poems, the most recent, A Shed for Wood, was published in Ireland by Salmon Poetry in 2014. Former poet laureate of Suffolk County, New York, he is a retired clinical assistant professor from Boston University’s School of Dental Medicine.

Posts by Daniel Thomas Moran

Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate

ONE OF THE MOST SAVAGE reviews ever written was published in 1818 in response to a collection of verse by a somewhat unknown poet.... Read More

Leonardo Flies Home

  Leonardo Da Vinci, took his place across the tiny aisle from me, and buckled the belt of his seat. I was certain it... Read More

Humanist Voices in Verse: “Theology”

This week’s poem is by Daniel Thomas Moran, TheHumanist.com poetry editor, retired dentist and Boston University Assistant Professor, former Poet Laureate of Suffolk County,... Read More

Humanist Voices in Verse: “Falling”

This week’s poem is by Daniel Thomas Moran, TheHumanist.com poetry editor, retired dentist and Boston University Assistant Professor, former Poet Laureate of Suffolk County,... Read More

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