Dufflyn Lammers


Dufflyn Lammers is a writer and performer. She is a regular contributor at thefix.com, the world's leading resource for addiction and recovery. Her essay "Tinder in Paris" won a Silver Medal in the Love Story category for the Twelfth Annual Solas Awards, 2018. Her one woman show DISCOVERED was a 2017 Duende Distinction Award nominee in its debut at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. She has been published in Iowa Woman, Adelaide, the Museletter of the National Association For Poetry Therapy, and in Poetry Slam: The Competitive Art of Performance Poetry edited by Gary Glazner. She has appeared on RUSSELL SIMMONS DEF POETRY JAM (HBO), CRIMINAL MINDS (CBS), ENTOURAGE (HBO), and in BELLY from Artisan Films. She is the voice of the Baja Fresh "Spoken Word Radio" campaign. Lammers co-edited the spoken word anthology Chorus with Saul Williams, 2014 (Simon & Schuster). In 2011 she wrote, produced, and starred in the short film “Raven,” winning Best Experimental Short at the LA International Underground Film Festival. Lammers was Slammaster of the Los Feliz Slam team 1999-2002, leading her team to three nationals. Lammers has brought her unique style of "page-to-stage" poetry to universities from Smith College to UC Irvine. She worked as an arts & entertainment journalist for The Georgia Guardian and Morris News Service from 1995 through 2000. Lammers graduated from Sara Lawrence College in 1995 with a BA in Creative Writing. She won the 1993 National Silver Medal in Poetry Interpretation from Phi Rho Pi. She lives in Paris and is an International Recovery Coach. Find Dufflyn on Twitter and Instagram.

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