Poem for Infrastructure published by Silver Birch press

 

Thank you Silver Birch Press for publishing my three-part poem “Prayer for Infrastructure”, inspired by Jewish texts and originally written to commingle with a song written by Ben Pagliaro as part of his Sacred Space broadcast. It’s a salute to everything (and everyone) that’s keeping us alive these days! Read it here.

Poem for Ruth Bader Ginsburg published at Oddball Magazine

I wrote a poem for Ruth Bader Ginsberg which got picked up today by Oddball Magazine (probably where all of my poetry should go…). Thank you Oddball! (And thanks to Joshua Corwin for asking me to write this.) Read it here.

Ode to My UPS Guy published in Silver Birch Press’ PRIME MOVERS Series.

Talk about fast turnaround – I wrote this poem yesterday morning, submitted it in the early afternoon – They accepted it, and published it last night. Thank you Silver Birch Press! Now let’s hear it for our UPS Guy! (And all the UPS people of every gender out there!) Read it here.

Reminders for the New Year Recording played on the Sunday Simcha Radio Show

Thanks to Joy Katzen-Guthrie for including my spoken word track “Reminders for the New Year” on The Sunday Simcha Radio Show today. Check out the entire 1 hour program which features an ark-full of music from a role-call of Jewish music immortals (along with my track) here.

The Tokyo-Van Nuys Express Publication Event

Watch the publication event for “The Tokyo-Van Nuys Express” which featured me reading poems from the book, along with a haiku/tanka sequence from Deborah P. Kolodji (live from Southern California and Marika Kitakubo (live from Tokyo, Japan), Brendan Constantine reading a selection of Richard Brautigan poems, Addie Lupert modeling a Japanese Yukata, and other video treats!

At Meiji Shrine – poem from The Tokyo-Van Nuys Express published by Silver Birch Press

Thank you to Silver Birch Press for publishing my poem “At Meiji Shrine” as part of your “Landmarks” series. This is the first piece out in the world form my book “The Tokyo-Van Nuys Express” and (shh, secret) it’s one of two poems called “At Meiji Shrine” in the book. Read it here.

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