The Latest:

“Truth Is”

Poem & Chapter Introduction

The Lamp Volume 13.

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Black Pulp Book Review

Academic Book Review of Brooks E. Hefner’s Black Pulp: Genre Fiction in the Shadow of Jim Crow

Published in The Journal of American Culture

See also:

Ballad of a Thin Man: Surveying Methods of ‘Improvising on a Self'”

Queen’s Works in Progress Event Presentation

Read the blog post.

“Walking Home”

Creative-nonfiction short story

Published in Quilt Mini: Threads.

Read in digital issue, pages 25-29.

Read on Quilt’s website.

“The Bartender’s Moon”


Published in Quilt Mini: Threads.

Read in digital issue, page 24.

Read on Quilt’s website.

Lake Effect 10

An anthology of work by students in Advanced Creative Writing at Queen’s University. My short stories “Ballad of a Thin Man” and “Wild Rover” are featured.

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Otherwise, read “Ballad of a Thin Man” and “Wild Rover” here.


Daniel Green is a writer and English PhD Student at Western University. His short stories, poetry, and academia have been published in peer-reviewed journals, such as Queen’s Quarterly and The Journal of American Culture, and in venues such as The Undergraduate ReviewUltraviolet MagazineQuiltInkslide, and Carolyn Smart’s Lake Effect 10. He is the winner of the 2021 McIlquham Foundation Prize in English (valued at $4700) for his short story “Ballad of a Thin Man” and The Queen’s Journal’s 2020 poetry contest, additionally having over twenty articles published with the paper. 

Daniel founded Quilt, the undergraduate literary journal at Queen’s University that publishes both academic essays on literature and creative writing. The idea that sparked Quilt reflects the essence of his own dissertation work: investigating the intersections between creative writing and literary academia. 

He has worked as a programmer, technical writer and teaching assistant, and currently TAs “The Storyteller’s Art.” He has recently finished a novella manuscript.