David Ebenbach has been preoccupied with the human condition since 1972. Born and raised in the great city of Philadelphia, David wrote his first stories on a manual typewriter heavy enough to sink a ship. He’s now thankfully a laptop-user, and the author of ten books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, winners of such awards as the Drue Heinz Literature Prize and the Juniper Prize, among others. His work, which has been set everywhere from his home city to the planet Mars, focuses on the hidden challenges and surprising beauty of living. David lives with his family in Washington, DC, and is the Assistant Director for Graduate Student and Faculty Programming at Georgetown University’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship. In other words, he promotes student-centered teaching at Georgetown, where he also teaches courses on creative writing, literature, identity development, and creativity. David’s MFA in writing is from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and his PhD in Psychology is from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You can find out more at davidebenbach.com.
Regal House Publishing is delighted to bring you David Ebenbach’s Possible Happiness in the fall of 2024.