David Russomano graduated from Messiah College in 2006 with a BA in creative writing. After earning a TESOL certification in Costa Rica, he taught English in Asia for four years and filled pocket journals with the scraps of observation and contemplation that grow into his poems. In 2012, he moved to England and earned his MA in creative writing from Kingston University. His poetry has been featured in Write from Wrong, This Great Society, Red Booth Review, Phantom Kangaroo, Thoughtsmith, Poetry For The Masses, Moon Shot Magazine, Lowestoft Chronicle, Mouse Tales Press, and Lines + Stars. It was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Sundress Publications 2012 Best of the Net Anthology, as well as being anthologized in The Writing Disorder Presents The Best Poetry of 2012. He currently works as a copywriter just outside of London.
Publications and Prizes
Storm Cycle 2015 (Kind of a Hurricane Press, 2018), Twice Upon a Time (Kind of a Hurricane Press, 2014), The Writing Disorder Presents The Best Poetry of 2012 (TheWritingDisorder.com, 2012)
Lines & Stars, Lowestoft Chronicle, Moonshot Magazine, Mouse Tales Press, Obsessed With Pipework, Phantom Kangaroo, Poetry Quarterly, Red Booth Review, Structo, The Writing Disorder, Verse-Virtual