Indianapolis, INUSA 46201
July 3, 2014
I began writing in grade school. And then I kept writing.
Plath and Sexton were a start, then I started learning about the architecture of literature: Mann, Musil, Dostoevsky. Alice Notley and Heimito VonDoderer too. Past a certain point, everything is helpful...
Talking about writing is always of interest. The more one learns, the more one knows!
David Blomenberg's work's in Artifice, Salzburg Poetry Review, and elsewhere. He co-authored a book on T. J. Koch. His first volume of poetry, Simulcast, is in preparation for publication. He's taught at Russian State University, DePauw, and Purdue.