David Micah Greenberg is a community development researcher, and a poet and fiction writer. The author of the collection Planned Solstice (University of Iowa Press), he was an organizer with homeless men and women in New York’s municipal shelters, the advocacy director of a coalition of 90 of its neighborhood housing groups, and now directs research for a national community development agency. He holds a PhD in urban and regional planning from MIT and a MA from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins.
For more essays on this shared space of policy and creative work, collecting published essays from Boston Review and other venues, please see his site, onworking.net.
Writing for Social Change