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Michael Dickel

I am a poet, digital artist, editor of The BeZine (TheBeZine.com), co-publisher of Is a Rose Press (with gary lundy—IsARosePress.com), and educator. I currently teach in the English Department at David Yellin Academic College of Education, Jerusalem, Israel. Finishing Line Press (FinishingLinePress.com) published my most recent poetry collection, Nothing Remembers (2019).

Speaking Truth to Power

Originally posted on Jamie Dedes' THE POET BY DAY Webzine:
“Pithy and powerful, poetry is a popular art form at protests and rallies. From the civil rights and women’s liberation movements to Black Lives Matter, poetry is commanding enough to gather crowds in a city square and compact…

Executive Order as Failed PR

Wielding the Presidential Pen to Produce Slime—The gang-boss (I hesitate to call him POTUS) of the National RICO Criminal Enterprise (aka the Trump-GOP Gang), has moved to end the crimes against humanity of kidnapping refugee children from their mothers with an Executive Order (EO). It is empty PR.

Michael Dickel's Recent and Upcoming Book Evernts

February Readings!

I have readings in Gainesville (14th) and Tallahassee (16th), Florida, next week, and one in Hamilton, Ontario (23rd), the following week. Find the details on my Event Page! Please come if you are near, and—near or far—spread the word to your friends and family.

Week 11: Michael Dickel

An experimental poem by Michael Dickel on Anti-Narrative— Prologue to Dick Moby experimental Melville Orphan another found only children missing her after search retracing her in that, Rachel cruising—devious. Last up, me— picked and, nearer, near drew sail, a day, a second, on the. Beaks sheathed with sailed […]