Author: David J Rothman

David J. Rothman is the executive director of the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming. His most recent book, co-edited with Jeffrey Villines, is BELLE TURNBELL: ON THE LIFE & WORK OF AN AMERICAN MASTER(Pleiades, 2017). His most recent volumes of poetry include MY BROTHER'S KEEPER (Lithic Press, 2019), The Book of Catapults (White Violet Press, 2013) and Part of the Darkness (Entasis Press, 2013). His poems and essays have appeared in Agni, Appalachia, Atlantic Monthly, Gettysburg Review, Hudson Review, Kenyon Review, Mountain Gazette, New Criterion, Poetry, Sewanee Review, Threepenny Review and scores of others journals and books. A collection of creative nonfiction about mountains and mountain towns, Living the Life (Conundrum Press), also appeared in 2013. In 2018 he won a Pushcart Prize for the poem "Kernels," which appeared in October 2018 in The New Criterion. He co- founded the Crested Butte Music Festival, was the founding Publisher and Editor of Conundrum Press (now an imprint of Bower House Books of Denver). With Toni Todd, he founded the Gunnison Valley Poetry Festival and Reading Series. He lives with his family in Crested Butte, Colorado.

My Brother's Keeper
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My Brother's Keeper

Lithic Press

Poetry. Jewish Studies. "MY BROTHER'S KEEPER, is an enlightening, disturbing, and profound journey. It signals that spiritual values remain crucial. The poet mourns his wayward brother, and celebrates renewal when writing of his youngest son. Betwee...

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