Almost a year ago, David Holper had a collection of poems published in a chapbook titled 64 Questions. Shortly thereafter, some of his work was published in issue 3.1 of Relief. Over the last two months, David has also joined the list of occasional bloggers that write for our website. Recently, The-Chimaera.com wrote a review of 64 Questions that we thought you should check out. You can read it by clicking here.
David's Bio: David Holper has worked as taxi driver, fisherman, dishwasher, bus driver, soldier, house painter, bike mechanic, bike courier, and teacher. With all that useful experience and a couple of degrees, he has published a book of poetry called 64 Questions (March Street Press), as well numerous other poems in literary journals including Relief. He lives in Eureka, California, which is far enough from the madness of civilization that he can get some writing done. Another thing that helps is that his three children continually ask him to make up stories, and he is learning the art of doing that well for them.