Daniel Rosenblum

Shortness Of Breath, #26, 2002
Daniel Rosenblum, Director of Corporate Programs at the Japan Society in New York City, has spent nearly half his life overseas, including 13 years in Japan. A former television producer and foreign correspondent, Daniel is also is an award-winning fiction writer. His work has appeared in various small press, including Printed Matter in Japan and The Kit-Cat Review in the U.S.  Recently, he was interviewed on WNYC about his short story "The Podiatrist", which was featured in The Broken Bridge (Stone Bridge Press), an anthology of expatriates in literary Japan.  Daniel is active in the Tunnel Vision Writers' Project, a non-profit organization that specializes in providing support and creative forums for multi-genre writers and writing students. He lives in Montclair, New Jersey, with his wife, Tamima, daughters Beryl and Hannah, and Winston, a dachshund.
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