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On Saturday, March 16th, at the Big Blue Marble bookstore (551 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia), join David as he reads with poets Chloe Yelena Miller, Hila Ratzabi, and Alison Hicks, in a celebration of poetry published by Finishing Line Press.
As part of Pen Parentis’ monthly Andaz Salon, David Ebenbach will be reading from his collection Into the Wilderness on Tuesday, March 12, at 7:00 pm, at the Andaz Wall Street, 75 Wall Street, NYC. Also reading will be authors … Continue reading
Anne Pharr of Prime Number Magazine writes, among other things: “This undercurrent of human struggle is a constant reminder that, as with all people, ‘something dangerous’ may very well be ‘close at hand.’ Perhaps ironically, it’s his artful acknowledgment of … Continue reading
Just posted: An review/interview of David and Into the Wilderness by Linda Morefield of the Washington Independent Review of Books!
Check out the Good Men Project online, where you’ll find an article by David about the work/family balance, a review of Into the Wilderness, and an interview!
The Artist’s Torah, David’s new book about the creative process, is now available! Check here for details!
All this week, David is blogging for the Jewish Book Council, and his first post is entitled “What Makes a Short Story Jewish?” Check it out!
What are you doing this Sunday, 11/18? Well, cancel those plans, because, at 1:00 that afternoon, David’s going to be reading from Into the Wilderness, his new collection of short stories, alongside poet Kathleen Hellen, at Politics & Prose. If … Continue reading
Just in time to fill the vacuum that will be left behind as we finally end the election season, David Ebenbach will be reading from Into the Wilderness at Rosemont College, just outside Philadelphia, this coming Monday night. (The reading … Continue reading
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