Babylon poet Deborah Hauser selected for National Poetry Month
Deborah Hauser was selected as an Official Pulitzer Remixer for National Poetry Month. Eighty-five poets from seven countries will create found poetry from the 85 Pulitzer Prize winning works of fiction as part of Pulitzer Remix, a 2013 National Poetry Month initiative.
Each poet will post one poem per day on the project’s website atwww.pulitzerremix.com during the month of April, resulting in the creation of more than 2,500 poems by the project’s conclusion.
Hauser has been a Babylon Town resident since 1989. Her husband proposed in Argyle Park and they have a wedding anniversary brick at the Babylon Town Hall.
Hauser has given poetry readings on Long Island, New York City, New Jersey and Kansas; including a reading at the Babylon Village Library. She is a member of the Babylon Village Arts Council and Babylon Beautification Society. She has a master’s in English literature from Stony Brook University and has taught at Stony Brook University and Suffolk County Community College. Finishing Line Press published her debut chapbook Ennui: the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide of Feminine Disorders in 2011. Hauser has been published in numerous online and print anthologies and journals, many of them Long Island-based including the Long Island Quarterly, Long Island Sound and Great South Bay Magazine.