David Anthony Sam

Born in Pennsylvania, David Anthony Sam is the proud grandson of peasant immigrants from Poland and Syria. He lives now in Virginia with his wife and life partner, Linda. Sam has four collections and his poetry has appeared in over 80 journals and publications. His chapbook, Finite to Fail: Poems after Dickinson, was the 2016 Grand Prize winner of GFT Press Chapbook Contest and his collection All Night over Bones received an Honorable Mention for the 2016 Homebound Poetry Prize. www.davidanthonysam.com In 2017, his poems were accepted by 50 Haikus; Aji Magazine; Allegro Poetry Magazine; Burningword Literary Journal; Chantwood Magazine; The Deadly Writers Patrol; Dual Coast Magazine; Foliate Oak Literary Magazine; Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review; GFT Press One in Four; Glass: A Journal of Poetry; Gravel: A Literary Journal; Heron Tree; The Hungry Chimera; Into the Void Magazine; Inwood Indiana; Literature Today; The Muse: An International Journal of Poetry; The Mystic Blue Review; Nourish; Piedmont Virginian Magazine; Poetry Quarterly; The Ravens Perch; Red Earth Review; The Sea Letter; Smoky Blue Literary and Arts Magazine; Summerset Review; Temenos Journal; Three Line Poetry; Two Cities Review; The Voices Project; The Wayfarer; and The Write Place at the Write Time.

The Exile Knows This Ghost, Volume 2, Issue 1
End of Romance, Prometheus, and Green Wings, Volume 4, Issue 1
Interview
Superhero at Work, Kind of a Stupid Game, Isn’t It?, and Chain-Smoked Monkeys, Volume 4, Issue 2
Book Release, Final Inventory
Charitable Erasures, Love Loss, Lost and Found, On Finding an Abandoned Firepit, A Pipe of Ghosted Smoke, and alt-right killer, Volume 5, Issue 1
Volume 5, Issue 2

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