A Little About David M. Harris
Although he worked in fiction for most of his 25-year career in publishing in New York, and got an MFA in fiction writing, Harris has been concentrating on poetry since he moved to Middle Tennessee in 2003. Since then, his poems have started appearing in national literary journals such as Slow Trains, The Labletter, Gargoyle, The Pedestal, and Pirene's Fountain (including First Water, the Best of Pirene's Fountain). He has also taught English at Austin Peay, Volunteer State, TSU, Vanderbilt, and Nashville State. He currently teaches poetry through Nashville Community Education and hosts a weekly radio show about poetry, “Difficult Listening,” on WRFN-LPFM, 107.1, in Pasquo. -
The Review Mirror seeks to understand life as it is reflected within shards of broken glass and mirrors that have changed one's memories.
The collection was published in August 2013. It is the second book published by Unsolicited Press.