David H. Rothman, "Rothman At-Large" Columnist

David Rothman is author of The Solomon Scandals (Twilight Times Books), a gritty mix of suspense, satire and tragedy set in the Washington of several decades ago. An ancestor was a Jewish tax collector under the Tsar, and bureaucracy and hierarchy fascinate David today.

He has just published No Taller than My Gun, about a brilliant child soldier turned drone whiz turned sea-going pirate turned entrepreneur turned tycoon-philanthropist writing his memoirs. The related Web site is NoTallerThanMyGun.com.

David founded TeleRead, the Web's oldest sources of e-book news and views. In freelance writings in the Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, The Chronicle of Higher Education and elsewhere, he has advocated a well-stocked national digital library system. Today he runs LibraryEndowment.org, a related site calling a multi-donor national library endowment. A Washington-area native, David lives in Alexandria, and is reachable at davidrothman@pobox.com.

Personal Website: Solomon Scandals