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Pages of Interest

Dickel, M. (2013). Drash Meets Mosh: Bring in the Sheaves: Counting the Omer toward inner growth. (Column). Drash Pit. April. Online. Original url: Archived: Dickel, M. (2013). Drash Meets Mosh: Purim: A Fibonacci Sequence? (Column). Drash Pit. February. Online. Original url: Archived: Dickel, M. (2013). Drash Meets Mosh: She’s Got the Beat. (Column). Drash Pit. January. Online. Original url: Archived: Dickel, M. (2012). Drash Meets Mosh:  A Living Narrative. (Column). Drash Pit. December. Online. Original url: Archived: Dickel, M. (2012). Up Close: Leila A. Fortier in Her Own Words. (Interview). January 20.
Roadside-stop bottle sculpture, photo ©2013 Michael Dickel

Poets & Writers, an invaluable resource

antinarrative journal, a new journal (2017) publishing weekly looks very promising, with Howie Good, Lyn Lifshin, and Kathleen Rooney as the first three poets published.

The BeZine, Be inspired…Be creative…Be peace…Be (I am a Contributing Editor and part of the core writing team)

The Woven Tale Press, Cybersphere’s Premiere Literary and Fine Arts Magazine (until recently I was Associate Editor, and before that, a Contributing Editor.)

Synchronized Chaos, an eclectic & thoughtful journal that has published my poetry & art

Folderol from Spooky Librarians; related: The Steampunk Librarian

Adeena Karasick, poet, performer, Kabbala scholar par excellence

Neil Gaiman, one of my favorite authors

Leonard Cohen, my favorite singer-songwriter / poet

More About Michael Dickel

Twitter Read my Tweets, including #TwitPoems

Facebook Check out my FB profile

Unemployed Poet Like my personal page on FB
Jerusalem Writers in English A community page I administer with others

LinkedIn Check out my connections, CV, endorsements, and references Downloadable CV, links to and downloads of many of my publications

Google+ Profile This is my profile page for Google+ Google

Google+ This is a page for my books. Check out the Bookstore page here, too.

Klout See what my social networking activity looks like, according to

Some of Michael Dickel’s Publications

Here are links to some of my publications. Another place to see some my older publications is here. I will update this periodically, as time permits and number of publications warrant.

Red anemone (Kolonit) photo @2012 Michael Dickel
Anemone in Maccabean Forest ©2013 Michael Dickel
Poetry Translation
  • Dock-ument. (Seven Yazidi Poems.) As English poetry editor—Idan Barir, translator from the Arabic. Journal of Levantine Studies. 5:1, 2015. pp. 137–154.
  • With Donatella D’Angelo. Three Poems (Italian and English). The BeZine. 1:12 (Oct. 15, 2015). 
  • Moshe’s House in Space. The BeZine. 2:10 (July 2016). Also in: The Woven Tale Press. 2:11 (2014). pp. 33–34. Online.  Originally published on this blog.
  • Untitled (Four Brothers). Dean Pasch, editor / curator. Part 2—Childhood & Youth. 53 Fragments in 5 Parts.2014. 
  • Soon the Trumpets. Bluzog. March 25, 2014. Online.
  • Dickel, M. (2013). Personal / Politics. Meat for Tea: The Valley Review. Print. Originally published on this blog (2013, July 3).
  • Nematode Garden Crisis. The Woven Tale Press. 1:8 (2013). pp. 3-5. Originally on this blog (2013, October 3).
  • Poor Reception. The Indian River Review: A Journal of Prose, Poetry, and Photography. Issue 2, 2013. pp. 64-66. Print.
  • Today—flash (?). The Woven Tale Press. 1:4, 2013. Originally published on this blog (2013, May 3).
  • (as Michael Deqel). Across the Creek. Neon Beam. June 2007.
  • Consuming personal architecture. The Ivory Tower, The Minnesota Daily. June 5-10, 1989.
  • Duet Among Friends. O. Henry Festival Stories,. Evalyn P. Gill, ed., Greensboro, N.C.:Trans Verse Press. 1987. pp. 82-87. Print.
  • Fish Dreams. The Book of Contemporary Myth. Pittsfield, MA: The Caitlin Press. 1987. Print.
  • The Last Cream-filled Chocolate Roll. KFAI Story Hour. 1986, 1987. (Radio broadcast, selected and read by show host.)
Essays, Articles, Interviews (of others)

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