David Steven Rappoport is the author of two plays produced Off-Broadway. His comic mystery novel, Husbands and Lap Dogs Breathe Their Last, was published by Mainly Murder Press. In their review, Mystery Scene magazine said it was “as riotous as mystery novels get” and “a delightful journey into the weird.”
Tea at the Morgue, a radio play based on his short story, was produced by the Radio Theater Project.
His short story, The Anonymous Donor, received Honorable Mention in the Al Blanchard Award competition for the best mystery short story set in New England, and is included in the anthology, Snowbound: Best New England Crime Stories, published by Level Best Books. Leftovers, was a winner of the Mystery Times competition, and is featured in an anthology of winning stories from Buddhapuss Ink.
He is a graduate of the Master of Fine Arts: Creative Writing program at Goddard College. David lives in Chicago.
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