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National Poetry Month and May Day 2012 April 30, 2012: On Saturday, I was again in the 9th floor offices of Domestic Workers United talking about poetry, about the function of politics in the creative writing workshop, about the 99%, about artists’ rights to their creative work, about documentary film, about the use of juxtaposition in couplets and stanzas, & about “show flow” for our [...] by

Poetry’s Public Commitments April 13, 2012: On Thursday night, I gave a lecture at John Carroll Unviversity in Cleveland on "Globalization, Social Action, and Committed Pedagogy"—thanks to an invitation from my pal Phil Metres. It's a triangle of concepts that I've been trying to bring into conversation for some time. That is (for me), how could developments in labor history and labor [...] by