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Michael Dickel launches Patreon Campaign! Come, support the arts, have some fun, and see what rewards await you!I have recently renamed the blog from Fragments of Michael Dickel to Fragmentarily/ Meta-Phor(e) /Play (tagline: FMPP—Michael Dickel’s Blog). This reflects a change in the past month from (mostly) blog posts of my own creative writing / art / photography / opinions to including other writers (and artists, yet to come). I thought it would be better to take my name out of the title.

The main selection criterion for work included in the new ‘zine-like blog I imagine emerging from the changes will be work that captures my interest by writers and artists whose work I know. For now, I am not opening up the blog to submissions from “strangers.” I will be inviting guests for the time being. If I get into a routine and it seems to be working well, I may then start to open up submissions.

Please consider supporting the blog through Patreon.


Photo of Michael Dickel by Aviva Dekel

Michael Dickel (photo ©2012 Aviva Dekel)

Michael Dickel, a poet, fiction writer, essayist, photographer, digital artist, and educator is a contributing editor for The BeZine, formerly an associate editor and contributing editor of The Woven Tale Press, managing editor of arc-24 (2015) and arc–23 (2014), and co-edited Voices Israel Volume 36 (2010). His latest book of poems is War Surrounds Us. Previous books include Midwest / Mid-East and The World Behind It, Chaos,  an eBook from “why vandalism?” that is no longer available online. Dickel is the Chair of the Israel Association of Writers in English.

Dickel’s work was short-listed for the Wisehouse 2016 Poetry Award and has appeared in literary journals, anthologies, art books, and online for over twenty years. His photographs and poems have appeared in: THIS Literary MagazineEclectic Flash, Cartier Review, Pirene’s Fountain, Sketchbook, Emerging Visions Visionary Art eZine, Poetry Midwest, Fotógrafos En La Calle (Street Photographers), why vandalism? [12, 3, 4], Poetica Magazine—Reflections on Jewish Thought, Zeek: a Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture and Abramelin: the Journal of Poetry and Magick, among many others (a selection of recent publications can be accessed on the Links page). Two of his poems received first and second place in the 2009 international Reuben Rose Memorial Poetry Competition.

He has also worked with documentary film productions, writing everything from fund-raising proposals to research to treatments and scripts. Working with David Fisher, he wrote a successful proposal for a U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities Bridging Cultures through Film Development Grant.

Michael (Dickel) Dekel, Ph.D., holds degrees in psychology, creative writing, and English literature. He has been teaching college and university for over 25 years—writing and literature courses in the United States and Israel, as well as courses in media and English Education in Israel. He directed the Student Writing Center at the University of Minnesota and the Macalester Academic Excellence Center at Macalester College (St. Paul, MN). He currently lectures at Kibbutzim College (Tel Aviv). Dr. Dickel has published articles, presented conference papers, and led workshops on writing and the teaching of academic writing. He currently lives in Jerusalem, Israel.


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Jerusalem Writers in English A community page I administer with others

LinkedIn Check out my connections, CV, endorsements, and references

Academia.edu Downloadable CV, links to and downloads of many of my publications

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