I’m currently working on a sequence of poems about Israel/Palestine based on on-the-ground research on a citizen delegation with the Compassionate Listening Project, my studies of the psychology of human rights abusers and trauma victims, my reading of Palestinian and Israeli poets and writers, and my own personal conflict as a human rights advocate on the one hand and the grandchild of a captain who fought in the Israeli War for Independence on the other.
Holy Land Poems on the Web
Three poems, “The Shekhinah,” “The Key to the Cinema,” and “The Very Breath of Children Is Free of Sin,” featured in the Summer/Fall 2019 issue of Lunch Ticket
“On Arafat’s Yahrzeit” (HEArt Online Journal: Human Equity through Art, 2018)
“When God Chose Love over Truth” (Crab Orchard Review: 20 Years: Writing about 1995-2015)
“Napping in Jerusalem” (24 Pearl: The Magazine, 2013)