News and Events
Daniel's personal essay, "One Year After," about his visit with his inlaws in Puerto Rico a year after Hurricane Maria, was published in Sangam Literary Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2021. Sangam Literary Magazine
Daniel joined other Rattling Good Yarns Press authors for a day of readings and panel presentations at Chicago's Gerber/Hart Library and Archives on Saturday, October 9, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Gerber/Hart Literary Salon
In the spring of 2021, Daniel's short story, "It's Not That...," was published in Flipsides (Wising Up Press), and his short story, "The Procedure," was published in Unburied (Dark Ink Press).
In July of 2020, Daniel was interviewed by Al Warren for his House of Mystery podcast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_iJ45Dm-OY
On March 4, 2020 at 6:30, Daniel joined short story writer and memoirist Mike Ward, and poet Gregg Shapiro, for an evening of readings and conversation at the Stonewall National Museum, 2157 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors, Florida.
Cancelled due to Covid: On March 24, 2020, Daniel will join other Jewish writers for an all-day literary celebration for members of the Reform Temple Laguna Woods in Orange County. Daniel will discuss his novel-in-stories, The Genealogy of Understanding.
Cancelled due to Covid: From March 27-29,2020, Daniel will participate in the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans, where he'll read from his forthcoming short story collection, Foreign Affairs: Male Tales of Lust & Love.
In January 2020, Daniel was interviewed for Spirit of Story by Karin Gutman Orlowski. The interview discusses his novel, Yeled Tov, as well as the similarities and differences in writing memoir and fiction. Spirit of Story Interview
On November 7, 2019, Daniel was the guest of Princeton University's LGBTQ*J Group at the Center for Jewish Life. Daniel and students discussed his writings and memories of coming out while a student at Princeton in the 1970's. Later that evening, as a guest of Princeton's Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, Daniel read from his novel, YELED TOV, and further discussed his coming out experiences.
Thanks to Ron Suresha and Bear Bones Books for re-issuing Daniel's first novel, THE LIMITS OF PLEASURE. This updated, 3rd edition, is available in paperback and on Kindle from Amazon.com. Click here to purchase The Limits of Pleasure (3rd Edition)
Daniel's short story, "Sans Everything," was published in Spring 2019 in DASH Literary Journal.
Daniel's personal essay, "My Jewish Beard," was published in Green Mountains Review (online), March 12, 2019.Click here to read "My Jewish Beard."
Daniel was a panelist and speaker at the 16th Annual Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans, March 29-31. Read more at Saints and Sinners Literary Festival
Daniel's short story, "The Importance of Being Jurassic," was a Finalist in the Saints & Sinners Short Story Competition. It has been published in Saints & Sinners: New Fiction from the Festival 2019.
Daniel's short story, "Tilting Ilana," appeared in Phantom Drift, Fall 2018.
Daniel's short story, "Cobblestone Elegy," appeared in Sycamore Review, Summer/Fall 2018.
Daniel will interview debut author and friend, Catharine Riggs, at the Santa Barbara Public Library on Thursday, September 27, 2018, at 5:30. Come celebrate the launch of Catharine's sensational novel, WHAT SHE GAVE AWAY.
**The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, published an interview with Daniel about his novel, YELED TOV.
**Daniel's personal essay, "What Kindness?", was published in Chariton Review in August, 2018.
**Daniel's short story, "Angelina and Joan," recently published by Clackamas Review, received a dramatic reading by a professional actor during The New Short Fiction Series' performance, "Latinx Life in L.A.," part of Beach=Culture at the Annenberg Community Beach House, Santa Monica, on August 14, 2018.
**Daniel read from his new novel, YELED TOV, at the UCLA Extension Writers' Program Publication Party in Santa Monica on June 5, 2018.
**On May 1, the online literary journal, Foliate Oak, published Daniel's short story, "Expressionismus." What a fun presentation!