is a writer, a filmmaker, a caffeine addict, and an obsessive cleaner. He is the author of THE ANCIENT BOOK OF HIP, out on Fourteen Hills Press.
"D.W. Lichtenberg writes poems that admirably resist the urge to sound poetic."
- Elaine Equi, author of RIPPLE EFFECT
·DWL collaborates with Diana Salier on an animated adapatation of her poem What I Say When You Ask What I'm Up To, from her new book LETTERS FROM ROBOTS.
"Lichtenberg's joy in the every day reminds me of the daily pleasures as Frank O'Hara embraced them."
- John Skoyles, poetry editor of PLOUGHSHARES