D. A. Prince lives in Leicestershire and London. She read English Language and Literature at Reading University, trained as a librarian and subsequently worked in teaching and educational administration. Writing was always a parallel life, with poetry and reviews published in a range of literary magazines

She has three full collections from HappenStance—the second, Common Ground, won the East Midlands Book Award, 2015. The most recent is The Bigger Picture, due out in November 2022.


The Bigger Picture, HappenStance, 2022

Bookmarks, [pamphlet] HappenStance, 2018

Common Ground, HappenStance, 2014

Nearly the Happy Hour, HappenStance, 2008

Keeping in Touch, Pikestaff, 2002

Without Boundaries, Manifold, 2001

Undoing Time, Pikestaff, 1998



Poetry PF page.

You will also find her in the Poetry Magazines archive, for example http://www.poetrymagazines.org.uk/magazine/record.asp?id=318

and http://www.poetrymagazines.org.uk/magazine/record.asp?id=565 

as well as variously in Snakeskin magazine and Lighten-Up Online.