Donna H. DiCello is a clinical psychologist whose first loves have always been the mind and the shape, sound, and meaning of words. She has had poems published with Blue Heron Review, Kind of a Hurricane Press, The MOON Magazine, Greensilk Journal, and Minerva Rising Press. Along with her co-author, Lorraine Mangione, she has had a recent non-fiction release with New Harbinger/Impact Publishers, Inc. titled Daughters, Dads, and the Path through Grief: Tales from Italian America. She is currently working on a series of poems about Iceland. Donna lives in CT with her spouse and their spirited Norfolk Terrier, but considers Provincetown, MA and Iceland her geographical muses.