David L. Robbins is a distinguished author, playwright, and university educator. Several of his novels are NY Times Bestsellers with some optioned for film.
His historical work on Aaron Burr, The King of Crimes was broadcasted nationally on PBS.
In addition to writing and teaching, he’s founded several community organizations, including River Writers (a non-profit) that helps aspiring writers. He has co-founded the Podium Foundation, supporting writing for city youth.
His The Mighty Pen Project gives Virginian veterans and their families training to turn their memoirs of military service into written, archived narrative. Frontline Writers is his writing program for Richmond area first responders.
In 2018, David was named one of the two Most Inspiring Writers in Virginia for the Past Fifty Years by the Virginia Commission for the Arts.