David Stromberg is a writer, journalist, and translator. His fiction has appeared in the UK's Ambit and the online KGB LitMag, and his fourth collection of single-panel cartoons, BADDIES (2009), was called "fantastic" by The Los Angeles Times. He writes on contemporary art for The Jerusalem Post Magazine and has contributed to The Forward, Haaretz, Tablet, Believer and other publications. He is co-translator from the Russian of Polina Barskova's The Zoo in Winter (2011), and his translation from the Yiddish of an unpublished Isaac Bashevis Singer story titled"Job" appeared online in The New Yorker (2012). He was born to ex-Soviet parents in Ashdod, Israel, grew up in urban Los Angeles, and currently lives in Jerusalem.