Dawn Corrigan

I'm a writer and poet whose fiction, poetry, business writing and blah blah blah have appeared in print since the early '90s and online since the early aughts. This site mainly serves as a repository of links to my online stuff. Some of the work is only available in The Wayback Machine; if a link is taking you there, I'll let you know.

In January 2014, my debut novel, Mitigating Circumstances, was published by FiveStar/Cengage. Information about it can be found on the Novel page, and here's an interview about it on the website of Canadian author and blogger Ethan Jones.

Currently I'm working on a family saga set in southern Italy, Hell's Kitchen, and South Jersey. An excerpt from it, "Moving Day," was an honorable mention in The Saturday Evening Post Great American Fiction Contest 2016 and is available in the contest anthology.

Since fleeing a Ph.D. program, circa 1998, I've held a variety of day jobs, including editor, technical writer, tech support manager, web content writer, researcher, new media specialist, operations manager, and program manager. In 2010, I began working in the affordable housing industry, courtesy of the Pensacola Housing Division. You can read about our goings-on at our blog.

I live with my husband, Kelly, in Myrtle Grove, Florida. If you'd like to connect, I'm on Facebook, Goodreads, LinkedIn, and Twitter. You can also reach me at dawncorrigan @ gmail.

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