Interview with American Cowboy Poet Dale E. Page on "Author's Dialogue"

Dale E. Page—dude wrangler, bull rider, former USAF pilot, and award-winning poet—champions Cowboy Poetry and offers insights into the heart of his craft.
By: Sirius Press, Inc.
May 15, 2011 - PRLog -- Palm Coast, FL— Sirius Press, Inc. and Terre Britton welcome American Cowboy Poet Dale E. Page, in today's “Author’s Dialogue.”

What is, and isn’t, Cowboy Poetry?” Page debunks disparaging myths surrounding the genre to help set the record straight.

Winner of numerous awards—including First Place in serious poetry, in the Rising Star Division, at the prestigious National Cowboy Poetry Rodeo in 2010—through his poems, based on first-hand experience, Page offers us a glimpse into the old, wild American West.

In addition to Page touching on Cowboy terminology, horse symbolism and the differences between Cowgirl and Cowboy Poetry, he has also provided audio clips of his poetry reading.

This is something you can’t miss!

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About Dale Page
Dale E. Page was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. While attending Oklahoma State University, he worked as a horseshoer, dude wrangler, bull rider, and on the movie set of “The Cheyenne Social Club.” He combined his formal training in English with his horseback experiences in the wilderness areas of New Mexico and began writing cowboy poetry in 1975.

In 2008, he was named Best Performer at the Oklahoma State University library‘s Cowboy Poetry and Songs event. That same year, he was a runner-up in the National Lariat Laureate contest of the Center for Western and Cowboy Poetry. He won First Place in serious poetry, Rising Star Division, at the National Cowboy Poetry Rodeo in 2010.

Page's A Fork in the Trail, a book of collected poems, was published in 2005. His CD, "The Trail to Miranda Park," was released in 2009.  He has performed at trail rides, campfires, charity events, private parties, church classes, cowboy church services, Friends of the Library, public school classes, and the Indiana State Museum.

~ Web sites:
Cowboy Poetry: Contains information to purchase books and CD's.

About Terre Britton
Terre Britton—along with husband, Daniel Ward—is co-author of ‘Energetics: The First Order,’ the first novel in a four-book Science Fiction Thriller series, ‘The Four Orders of Inherent Freedom.’  (

Terre is also a Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Video and Motion Graphics Designer and runs Terrabyte Graphics:  She holds a degree in History in Art with a minor in English, is a published Art Reviewer and currently writes fiction and corporate marketing collateral.

About Sirius Press, Inc.
In addition to upcoming eBook services, Sirius Press, Inc. is a company focused on educating and promoting first time and established authors.

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