Daniel Kolos is a Hungarian-born, US citizen living in Canada. An academically-trained Egyptologist, he is co-author of The Name of the Dead, Tutankhamun Translated. He has produced documentaries on the ancient Near East for CBC Radio, Ideas and founded Benben Books â€“ a specialty bookstore on ancient Egypt. In 1988 Daniel retired to a Southern Ontario plot of land to raise goats and sheep, write short stories and poetry and coordinate the activities of the Words Aloud Poetry Cooperative.
His first volume of poetry, Slipped Out (London, 2003: Pendas Productions), has been warmly welcomed, and his second poetry collection, From One Child to Another was published in February, 2007. His poetry has also appeared in numerous poetry magazines and anthologies, such as Quills, The Canadian Poetry Magazine (Winter, 2003, and 2006), The Poetry Tribe Review Anthology (Plymouth, Michigan, 2003) and the Voices Israel Anthology (2007) among others.
Daniel is a member of the Highway 4 Writers (since 1985), Words Aloud Poetry Cooperative (Since 1999), The Ontario Poetry Society (Since 2003) and the League of Canadian Poets (Since 2007).
For more information on Daniel Kolos and his publications, please visit: www.bmts.com/~damilos/poetry.html
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