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Terrain.org has just published David’s story, “The Vision Quest,” a story about a very un-woodsy guy trying to find himself in the woods. Check it out!
“I think we also have to have a little faith. We have to believe that extended engagement with written stuff (if the written stuff is good) offers unique pleasures, and that some people will always return to those pleasures.” Chris … Continue reading
“You have to care more about the well-being of the piece than about your own comfort level.” Writer Heather Fowler recently interviewed David about reading, revising, and the purpose of literature, and the interview is up on Fictionaut!
The Hayden’s Ferry Review recently posted David’s poem, “What My Father-in-Law Says,” as well as a few of David’s thoughts on the responsibilities of writers. Check it out!
David is proud to have his story, “Nobody Else Gets to Be Crazy When You’re Being Crazy,” in the current online issue of AGNI!
“Because it’s sudden, like a blow.” David is proud to have his poem, “Stroke,” in the July issue of DNA!
Odd Man Out, a blog on fatherhood, is featuring David’s story, “Hungry to Eat”—check it out!
It’s been a long time since we’ve updated the site, but we’re back with good news: David’s poem “First Day of Spring, First Spring,” is in the July issue of Thrush Poetry Journal!
“In these fourteen powerful stories, David Ebenbach explores the theme of parenthood,” writes Judith Felsenfeld of the Jewish Book Council. “Always, the writing is minutely observed, the dialogue pitch-perfect, as evidenced as well in his fine first collection, Between Camelots.” … Continue reading
“The stories are powerful,” writes Literary Mama’s Vicki Forman, “for how honestly these parents embark on their missions, for all they learn and share on the way, and for the many truths they bring home from their parent-hero’s journey.” Check … Continue reading