David Booth teaches courses in fiction and autobiographical
writing. In his most recent book of nonfiction, Peer Participation and Software:
What Mozilla Has to Teach Government
(2010), he compares
the production of open source software to the Obama
administration's philosophy of participatory governance.
He is currently writing a fictive chronicle of orphans and
foundlings in literature called The History of Adoption
fiction has been published in numerous journals, including Washington Square
, The Missouri Review
, Morbid Curiosity
, Farallon Review, Fourteen Hills
. David is
working on an M.A. in Digital Media and Learning through
USF's School of Education.
M.F.A. in Creative Writing, M.A. in English, San Francisco State University.