poetry

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 ›

Sonnet for 9/27 (version bilingue)

By William Eaton An English-only version was previously published around 9/27/16, but the following bilingual version has been prepared for publication in the upcoming collection Art, Sex, Politics (Serving House Books, 2017).   On cherche un partenaire, mais seul l’amour… Read More ›

Puberty Squared

Two poems {click for pdf}   Given: Such Disorder   Boys and girls with pictures and science may seem Well-schooled (and besieged)—yet still not prepared. The mad builder-destroyer, inside and free, Organs growing, over exposed, clumps of hair.   To… Read More ›

Ditch the term pathogen

Reblogged from Zeteo: The Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing {Click for pdf}   A short comment, published in the 11 December 2014 issue of Nature and entitled “Ditch the term pathogen,” is the most interesting, thought-provoking piece that I have ever… Read More ›

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