David Zane Mairowitz
David Zane Mairowitz is an author/ playwright/radio director. He lives currently in Berlin and in Avignon in the south of France. He is the most produced author of radio dramas in Europe. His short story “Hector Composes a Circular Letter to His Friends to Announce His Survival of an Earthquake, 7.8 on the Richter Scale” won a Pushcart Prize for the Missouri Review.
May 07 2016
Scrambling under the bar in search of his upper left molar, dislodged and sprung with this latest punch, his nosebleed now mingling with the beer-slops, Arnaud has a vision: a
Dec 06 2011
Hector Composes a Circular Letter to His Friends to Announce His Survival of an Earthquake, 7.8 on the Richter Scale
Mexico City. 23 September, 1985
Knowing that a letter from me has slightly more chance of reaching you across the world than one sent to me here (my local post office is a heap of stone), I’m preempting your question and (I trust) your concern by making the following announcement: I AM ALIVE.
Jun 01 2002
Standing at the plate, fouling off a pitch, I’m trying to give a place and a name to this lanceur. I remeber vaguely that I failed him in the course I used to call “English for Intermediate Morons” before I realized that teaching English in France was no laughing matter.