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Five poems up on Bloom

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What I’m not used to is the whole batch being accepted at once, which is what happened recently when the online poetry journal, Bloom, took all five poems.

Warren Wilson MFA Alumni Reading – Jan 1 & 2, 2021

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Join me and a few of my fellow alumni from the Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers for two evenings of readings of top-notch poetry and fiction. I’ll be reading…

Pen pals

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Recently, Leah decided that Facetime with our grandsons was not cutting it. Kids don’t do videoconferencing with the same focus that adults expect. So she decided to try to resurrect…

Reading for RAICES

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A fundraiser to support the families unjustly detained at the border. RAICES is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant…

Flour City Readings at The Yards

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David will join three other readers at this Rochester, NY series. He will read from his book, Where Is the River Called Pishon? (Kelsay Books, 2018), and from Hour of…

Lift Bridge Bookshop: Author visit

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David will be signing his book, Where Is the River Called Pishon, and chatting about poetry, the weather, and whatever else comes up at one of Monroe County’s oldest and…

Bloom Poetry Prompt Project Reading

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This project is conceived and executed by Wanda Schubmehl, in connection with Al Abanado's Bloom! Rochester Poetry Project.

Stories ROC!

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This month’s StoriesRoc! theme is “Green.” I will be reading a few poems from my second manuscript, Hour of the Green Light.  Come hear other tellers also read their personal…


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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 1 pm: Speakeasy at Cheshire (above Solera), 647 South Ave, Rochester, NY. David will read a long poem from Hour of the Green Light, to be published by FutureCycle Press…