djulie Ezelle-Patton

Permaculturist, Poet, Performer, Visual Artist, djulie Ezelle Patton is the author of Using Blue To Get Black, Notes for Some (Nominally) Awake, and A Garden Per Verse (or What Else Do You Expect from Dirt?). She is a recipient of a Doan Brook Association 2012 Watershed Hero Award, Acadia Arts Foundation Grant, New York Foundation for the Arts Poetry Fellowship, New York City Arts-inEducation Roundtable Award for Sustained Achievement, and Houston Museum of Fine Arts Core Residency Fellowship. She has taught at New York University and Naropa University. djulie currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio and New York City.