David Ebenbach has recently published his debut novel, Miss Portland. The novel has won the Orison Fiction Prize. More information can be found here. And you can find more of David’s work in Issue 95. Congratulations on this accomplishment, David!
I don’t think this one’s going to last. She’s too skinny, already. Pretty much all bone. Sometimes that means they’ve already been, like, carved down to the hardest parts and so they can take a lot, but this one—what it looks like is she needs whatever she already lost, and that she can’t live on […]
David Ebenbach is the author of two books of short stories—Into the Wilderness (Washington Writers’ Publishing House) and Between Camelots (University of Pittsburgh Press)—plus two books of poetry (most recently We Were the People Who Moved, Tebot Bach) and a non-fiction guide to creativity called The Artist’s Torah (Cascade Books). With a PhD in Psychology […]