Monthly Archives: October 2012

David is reading from Into the Wilderness at the Writer’s Center!

Come on out to the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD (4508 Walsh St.), to hear a reading by David Ebenbach, winner of this year’s Washington Writers’ Publishing House Prize for his short story collection Into the Wilderness, and Kathleen Hellen, … Continue reading

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David’s Getting Interviewed by Big Blend Radio!

Tune in (via internet connection) as David Ebenbach gets interviewed by the hosts of Big Blend Radio about Into the Wilderness, his new short story collection! The spot should begin at about 8:00 EST and last 20-25 minutes. Click here … Continue reading

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INTO THE WILDERNESS gets a great review from Washington’s City Paper!

The Washington City Paper‘s Eve Ottenberg writes, “This fiction focuses on the most important human relations, the ones central to our conceptions of who we are and what life is about. Ebenbach does this all while playing to his strength: … Continue reading

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BETWEEN CAMELOTS gets a strong review from Writing as a Sacred Path!

Writing as a Sacred Path’s Jill Jepson writes, “Each of these fifteen compact tales is built on crisp language, precise dialogue, and perfectly chosen details. But underneath their apparent simplicity lie fully realized characters living richly imagined lives of need, … Continue reading

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Into the Wilderness is IN PRINT TODAY!

INTO THE WILDERNESS, my new short story collection, is officially IN PRINT TODAY! “For the very real people in David Ebenbach’s vivid and emotional stories,” says author Jesse Lee Kercheval, “becoming a parent—as Judith, the single mother in four of … Continue reading

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INTO THE WILDERNESS gets a nice review from the Capital Times!

Writes the Capital Times’ Stephanie Bedford: “[Ebenbach’s] gifts of perception and storytelling are anything but common. The stories in his book delve into the changes wrought by parenthood, an experience he explores from multiple angles like a photographer trying to … Continue reading

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