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Some Thoughts About Harvey Weinstein and What He Represents Trying to Write After Charlottesville “Between the 1930s and the year 2000…only 32 novels were translated from Arabic into Hebrew.” Anatomy of a Book Cover Compulsory Heterosexuality at Work I Miss The Muppets! I Know I’ve Had Orgasms That Changed Me A Great Video on Racism by Maz Jobrani Concerto for Two Men, by Ella Ben-Aharon My Students First Taught Me to Claim the Politics of My Survival A Video of the Book Launch for “Veils, Halos & Shackles”
All in 2021 → Latest in 2021
My Pandemic Reading List Thirteen Thoughts About Palestine, Israel, and Antisemitism Craft Talk 3: Quincy Troupe’s Rhythm
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Publication News and Some Thoughts on Patience and Process A Provocation: Christianness (Not Christianity) Is To Jews And The People Of Other Non-Christian Religions As Whiteness Is To People Of Color The John Wisniewski Interview Continued: What Writers Have Influenced Your Work? (Part 1) What I’ve Been Thinking About Ukraine When Did You Start Writing?
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Rachelle Escamilla’s Interview with Me On “Out of Our Minds” on KKUP Cupertino | San Jose
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My Students First Taught Me to Claim the Politics of My Survival
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Commonplace Question #2: Are The Poems Part of a Conversation? Commonplace Question #1: How Did You Become a Poet?
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Craft Talk 2: Packing Lines with Sound & Meaning - Rosa Alice Branco, translated by Alexis Levitin Craft Talk 1: Figuring Out Why a Poem Doesn’t Work For Me
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The Way Academia Is Supposed To Work
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Medical Culture and Its Effects on Doctors and Patients
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from God’s Phallus, by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz Some Thoughts About Harvey Weinstein and What He Represents Compulsory Heterosexuality at Work A Video of the Book Launch for “Veils, Halos & Shackles”
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I Miss The Muppets!
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If You Read Rumi in English, Read This New Yorker Article “Stand By Me” in Persian and English
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Reading “The Veil and The Male Elite: A Feminist Interpretation of Women’s Rights in Islam,” by Fatima Mernissi If You Read Rumi in English, Read This New Yorker Article
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A Provocation: Christianness (Not Christianity) Is To Jews And The People Of Other Non-Christian Religions As Whiteness Is To People Of Color What I’ve Been Thinking About Ukraine Thirteen Thoughts About Palestine, Israel, and Antisemitism Antisemitism Has Always Been a Part of My Life - 1 My Response to The Erasure of Antisemitism in Namrata Poddar’s Article in the Recent Issue of Poets & Writers from “The Lines That Antisemitism and Racism Draw” from “Pluralism and Its Discontents: The Case of Blacks and Jews,” by Cheryl Greenberg from God’s Phallus, by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz I Just Learned About the Equal Justice Initiative - If You Don’t Know About It, You Should “My Companion’s Scent Seeped Into Me” - National Sa’di Day Trying to Write After Charlottesville
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Concerto for Two Men, by Ella Ben-Aharon
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Publication News and Some Thoughts on Patience and Process The John Wisniewski Interview Continued: What Writers Have Influenced Your Work? (Part 1) When Did You Start Writing? The Music I’d Like to Put Back Into My Life The Way Academia Is Supposed To Work Publication News: Three New Poems in Two Lovely Publications Lines That Didn’t Make The Cut: Sometimes It’s Just a Big Mess Commonplace Question #2: Are The Poems Part of a Conversation? Lines That Didn’t Make The Cut: Ruth’s Story Commonplace Question #1: How Did You Become a Poet? The Ethics of Bearing Witness in Poetry to Violence and Trauma Lines That Didn’t Make the Cut: Remembering Claudia A Lovely Review of “For My Son, A Kind of Prayer” Rachelle Escamilla’s Interview with Me On “Out of Our Minds” on KKUP Cupertino | San Jose Trying to Write After Charlottesville Anatomy of a Book Cover A Video of the Book Launch for “Veils, Halos & Shackles”
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When Did You Start Writing? Craft Talk 3: Quincy Troupe’s Rhythm My Response to The Erasure of Antisemitism in Namrata Poddar’s Article in the Recent Issue of Poets & Writers Lines That Didn’t Make The Cut: Sometimes It’s Just a Big Mess Commonplace Question #2: Are The Poems Part of a Conversation? Lines That Didn’t Make The Cut: Ruth’s Story Commonplace Question #1: How Did You Become a Poet? The Ethics of Bearing Witness in Poetry to Violence and Trauma If You Read Rumi in English, Read This New Yorker Article Lines That Didn’t Make the Cut: Remembering Claudia Craft Talk 2: Packing Lines with Sound & Meaning - Rosa Alice Branco, translated by Alexis Levitin from “The Necessity to Speak,” by Sam Hamill Reading Mark Nowak’s “Social Poetics:” Thinking About The First Tuesdays Cento and A ‘Flipped Script’ Poetry Reading My Year Long Writing Project Prepping For Fall 2018: The Poetry Workshop Craft Talk 1: Figuring Out Why a Poem Doesn’t Work For Me A Lovely Review of “For My Son, A Kind of Prayer” A Video of the Book Launch for “Veils, Halos & Shackles”
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Reading “The Veil and The Male Elite: A Feminist Interpretation of Women’s Rights in Islam,” by Fatima Mernissi from “Pluralism and Its Discontents: The Case of Blacks and Jews,” by Cheryl Greenberg from Male Lust from Male Lust from God’s Phallus, by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz from “The Necessity to Speak,” by Sam Hamill
All in race → Latest in race
My Response to The Erasure of Antisemitism in Namrata Poddar’s Article in the Recent Issue of Poets & Writers from “Pluralism and Its Discontents: The Case of Blacks and Jews,” by Cheryl Greenberg I Just Learned About the Equal Justice Initiative - If You Don’t Know About It, You Should Trying to Write After Charlottesville A Great Video on Racism by Maz Jobrani
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My Pandemic Reading List
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Reading “The Veil and The Male Elite: A Feminist Interpretation of Women’s Rights in Islam,” by Fatima Mernissi
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I Know I’ve Had Orgasms That Changed Me
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Some Thoughts About Harvey Weinstein and What He Represents My Students First Taught Me to Claim the Politics of My Survival A Video of the Book Launch for “Veils, Halos & Shackles”
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If You Read Rumi in English, Read This New Yorker Article
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My Students First Taught Me to Claim the Politics of My Survival
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If You Read Rumi in English, Read This New Yorker Article “My Companion’s Scent Seeped Into Me” - National Sa’di Day “Between the 1930s and the year 2000…only 32 novels were translated from Arabic into Hebrew.”
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The Way Academia Is Supposed To Work