2002: David is the editor and graphic designer at BC Bookworld, a quarterly
newspaper that deals with books published in British Columbia, Canada.
In 1993 David established Get To
The Point Publishing to put out Jean Smith's first novel, I Can Hear Me Fine.
Get To The Point has published chap-books of graphics and/or poetry by Bud Osborn,
Catherine Owen, Chad Norman, David Lester, Wendy Atkinson, Jean Smith, David Pritchett, Norman
Nawrocki. Bud Osborns "Keys to Kingdoms" won The City of Vancouver Award
1986-89: The Black Wedge Tours.
David Lester organized, booked and promoted poets and musicians from Canada, the US and
England for five tours in those same countries.
1986. David is committed to
creating, publishing and promoting visual, musical and written work dealing with poverty,
housing, capitalism, womens rights, and relationships between men and women from an
anarchist and feminist perspective.
David Lester handles marketing and publicity -- organizing hundreds of interviews for print, radio, and
TV over the last 15 years in North America, Europe, New Zealand
David's underground rock duo Mecca Normal was cited as an influence to
the founders of Riot Grrrl, a social movement of the mid 90s
1979-1986: Graphic design and newspaper
production In Vancouver at The Georgia Straight, The West Ender, and Vancouver
Magazine. David has produced art and design for publishers, theatre
companies, record labels, and bands.