David Aichenbaum

Location Somerville, Massachusetts
Website http://

About Me

I come from around Philadelphia. I'm a student at Tufts. My work has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, Dogzplot Flash Fiction, and decomP Magazine. I've got another one soon to be published in Hobart (Web).

Why do you write?

I write to keep me thinking.

Any favorite authors? Books?

Raymond Carver, Tobias Wolff, Charles Baxter, Andre Dubus, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Henry James, Ernest Hemingway, Jane Austen, Dostoevsky, Woody Allen, Salman Rushdie, Joshua Ferris, Vonnegut, Douglas Adams, J.K. Rowling

David Aichenbaum's Wall

David Erlewine – Apr 25, 2009

dude, your note on my "Dad" story is effing great. I may be reading the first line whenever I lose faith in this project. Take care bud, David

Darryl Price – Apr 23, 2009

Aha! J.K.Rowling! I thought I was the only one brave enough to mention her, but I was wrong. The seventh book was a masterpiece of plot and summery and pure writing skill.Also like seeing Woody and Ernest in the same box. Very cool!

Lauren Becker – Apr 07, 2009

thanks for the nice wall comment. have a wonderful time in europe!

Lauren Becker – Apr 04, 2009

glad you posted your story so those who might have missed it can enjoy it as much as i did! keep 'em coming!

Meg Pokrass – Mar 28, 2009

David - the only reason for the (shhhh!) is that i don't want anyone to know I'M OLD! Ha! Give your mom a hug for me. We've connected on Facebook.

Lauren Becker – Mar 28, 2009

hey david -- put something up already!! the smokelong story would be great. let everyone appreciate it!

Meg Pokrass – Mar 25, 2009

hi David. the fact that your mother (shhhh!) and i were friends growing up really freaks me out. I had no idea you were Ruth's son! Back to business - your writing rocks!

David Erlewine – Mar 22, 2009

Hi David, thanks for your kind wall note about my Elimae story. Really appreciate that, man. David

David Erlewine – Mar 19, 2009

I enjoyed your work in SmokeLong. Great stuff.

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