David Zeltzer


I was born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in the suburbs. I started writing in grade school and I've never stopped. I’ve published nearly two dozen poems, won a poetry prize from Echo magazine in Canada, and while I was living in Eugene, Oregon I
co-founded and was on the editorial collective that published 10 Point 5: A Magazine of the Arts. We published seven issues which included interviews with Robert Bly and Ursula K. Le Guin, and we later published one of her poems.

My writing continued but slowed down in graduate school and in the years I've spent working on human/machine interface design in Boston. Not long ago, I threw everything in a rental truck and returned to the Bay Area, where I'm back exploring the mysterious grottoes, landscapes and oceans we call poetry.

Where to find David Zeltzer online


Realtime Babies
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,940. Language: English. Published: May 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Realtime Babies -- surprising and delightful linked images flowing from moment to moment with rhythm, sound, and emotional energy, often to a mysterious resting place. Here's what others have said about David's poetry: “goddam you write some fine, interesting poemtry,” Ben L. Hiatt. “Your poems are terrific . . . I like your dreamy-Surrealist love poems,” Andrei Coudrescu.

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abstract    dream    dreamy    emotion    emotional    love    poems    poetry    surrealism