With Afterwords

Ameraiku

POETRY October 2013, augmented May 2017   It is quite some time now that the haiku has made its way across the Pacific, and many an American, adult and school child, has tried their hand at imitating the form and… Read More ›

First Sentences

Reblogging “A Week of Reading” From Zeteo: The Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing [One in an ongoing series of posts. For the full series see Zeteo is Reading (ZiR)] [Click for pdf of full text] [1] K.J. Dover, Greek Homosexuality While reading manuscripts… Read More ›

We floss, Lord

LISTENING FOR THE UNCONSCIOUS Fall 2009 According to a book on the laws of the holiday Yom Kippur, the Talmud states, “Yom Kippur atones for those who repent and does not atone for those who do not repent”. To aid… Read More ›