Monthly Archives: November 2015

Show the Love, Get a Book!

Guess what? I’m giving away one signed copy of each of my books (Autogeography, The Artist’s Torah, Between Camelots, Into the Wilderness, and We Were the People Who Moved)—to people who post themselves on Instagram with one (or more) of … Continue reading

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David’s Piece “The Poetry of Rootlessness” is up at the North American Review blog!

“Is poetry, then—the singing of our displacement—the construction of a mobile emotional home that we can bring with us through all the changes and dislocations?… If poetry is a home, it’s not a home that brings us to rest. It’s … Continue reading

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A Great Review and Interview in the New Orleans Review!

“We Were The People Who Moved is smart, lyrical, and full of insight. Spiritual observations disguise themselves in plainspoken humor, and intellectualism gives way to intimacy. This is a collection for re-reading, a book to be dog-eared, underlined, and loved.” … Continue reading

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