ed. Bailey Cohen-Vera

David Maduli

David S. Maduli is a father of two, veteran public schools teacher and leader, DJ, and author of the chapbook 00:33:33 (thirty-three and a third) (Zoetic Press, 2018). He is an alumnus of the VONA, Las Dos Brujas, Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, and Napa Valley Writers' workshops, and was the 2011 recipient of the Joy Harjo Poetry Prize. His work is most recently featured in Cream City Review, Kweli Journal, Sonora Review, The /tƐmz/ Review, and the Read Water (Locked Horn Press) and Far Villages (Black Lawrence Press) anthologies. Born in San Francisco and raised all over, he is a longtime resident of Oakland, California where he completed his MFA in Creative Writing at Mills College with a fellowship in Community Poetics. In addition to his work in public schools, he is an instructor in the MFA in Writing program at Lindenwood University.

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