David W. Plumb
After his tour as a U.S. Naval Officer, which included service in Vietnam in 1967-1968 as a Lieutenant JG, David rented a farmhouse in upstate New York, where he worked in a slaughterhouse for not enough cash and all the heart and tongue he could take home. He then worked and hitchhiked his way to San Francisco where he attended printing school and published Journal 31, directed the Intersection Poetry Series, and worked a series of jobs to maintain his writing. He taught Fiction Writing at the University of California, Berkeley.
David has authored four chapbooks, a book of stories, a book of poems, and a novella. Poems and stories appeared in The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel, and The Orlando Sentinel. He is an adjunct professor in South Florida.