David  Booth

David Booth


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. His fiction has been published in numerous journals, including Washington Square, The Missouri Review, Morbid Curiosity, Opium, Farallon Review, Fourteen Hills, and Transfer. 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.