An American Jew Fails to Make Sense of the Carnage in Gaza. published in Rattle’s Poets Respond (interview with Tim Green, Rattle editor, here.)
Activism In the Age of Social Media, in Rise Up Review Summer 2021 issue about the death of Homero Gómez González, protector of the monarch butterfly breeding grounds in the oyamel forests of central Mexico.
A Musing of the Barely Self-Aware on LexPoMo on the onset of being a crotchety old man.
Fear and COVID, March 11, 2020,
Of Bauble and Bullet and Stone, and
The Delusion of Title and Deed
Social Media In the Moments After the Derek Chauvin Verdict published in the New Verse News.
From Quarantine I Think About Growing Things – part of Poetry Month 2020, “Postcards From the Pandemic,” convened by Pauletta Hansel, Cincinnati Poet Laureate Emeritus (April 2016-March 2018)
Nine Poems in Blue As An Orange Journal, Volume 1. This fledgling journal took all nine poems I sent them. I am particularly fond of the rather wordy, “The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars,” an early effort on my part that captured deb’s and my relationship quite well, I think.
And Somebody Lay This Book Down, published in New Verse News – a found poem of lines selected from the transcript of the January meeting of the McMinn County, Tennessee School Board considering the removal of the Pulitzer Prize winning book Maus from their curriculum teaching about the Holocaust.