David Rosenthal

Berkeley, CA

Author's Bio

David Rosenthal lives in Berkeley, California with his wife and two daughters, and teaches kindergarten and first grade in the Oakland Unified School District. He teaches poetry individually and in workshops to adults and teens. For more information visit the website listed above.

Publications and Prizes

Books: 
The Wild Geography of Misplaced Things
(White Violet Press, 2013)
Journals: 
14 by 14: the lean sonnet zine, Birmingham Poetry Review, Blue Unicorn, Bogg, Brevities, Carapace, Cotyledon, Four and Twenty, Frogpond, Heron's Nest, Lilliput Review, Measure, Modern Haiku, Pivot, Raintown Review, Rattle, Riverbed Haiku, Soundzine, Sparrow, The Chimaera, The Flea, The Formalist, The HyperTexts, The Lyric, The Rotary Dial, Troubadour, Umbrella, Unsplendid, Whale Sound, Wisteria
Prizes Won: 
Semi-Finalist, Richard Wilbur Poetry Award, 2011; Semi-Finalist, Donald Justice Poetry Prize, 2010/2011; Finalist, Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award, 2007 & 2010; Pushcart Prize Nominee, 2007 (The Chimaera); Honorable Mention, The Lyric Quarterly Prize, Winter 2008 & Fall 2000

More Information

Listed as: 
Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Palo Alto
Raised in: 
Bay Area, CA
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Last updated: Apr 03, 2014