David Press lives in Milwaukee where he has taught, run an educational publishing company, sold battery-operated Santa Clauses, and authored...read more six young adult nonfiction books on abolitionists, environmentalists, and such. These days, David writes genre busting micro novels, risky sequences of overlapping, contradictory and non linear nano episodes. Some of these may be read in Fiction Fix, Fringe, Crack the Spine, Cobalt, Burdock, Red Fez and elsewhere. He counts the Brothers Grimm, Bob Dylan, and David Milch among his posse of influencers.
Press also writes thirty minute, theater of the bizarre plays, most recently a one act dialog between Psalm boy David and the disembodied head of Goliath. Too, Press enjoys collaborating with musicians and visual artists, most recently a project with photographer William Zuback (http://pen-lens2lens-pen.tumblr.com/) featured in February, 2015 exhibit at Inspiration Studios. Press loves the Fez and its editorial growl.
Active in the Milwaukee arts and open mic communities, Press lives with his wife, Petra, an art teacher, printmaker and book artist whose works are exhibited nationally. They have collaborated on a series of ‘zines and a post card novel. See his web site, www.languageliberationfront.com.