Originally posted on The BeZine:
One Lifetime After Another one day, you’ll see, i’ll come back to hobnob with ravens, to fly with the crows at the moment of apple blossoms and the scent of magnolia ~ look for me winging among the white geese in their practical…
Then Strains to Follow, Michael Dickel’s 2012 online chapbook—read online, download as eBook, PDF, or stand-alone APP. Check it out—it’s free!
A poem, Kiddush on the Solstice, and digital landscapes, HaEtz HaChaim 1–7, from Michael Dickel on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play.
“Somewhere, a whirring fan
in an open window spins
possibilities into threads.”
—a poem from Nothing Remembers, by Michael Dickel, forthcoming from Finishing Line Press.
If you would like to read my new collection, please order before June 28, 2019. Finishing Line Press will use the number of orders by that date to determine the print run for the book
24 January 2019 — 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. In EnglishJanuary 24, 6:30 P.M. Mystic Mountain Studio and Brewery2 RevitskyTzfat, Israel 13221Map RSVP on Facebook Featured poets Shlomo Sher Brooklyn-born Steven Sher (aka Shlomo Yashar) made aliyah in 2012. He is the author of 15 books including, most recently, Uncharted […]
A late elementary school (middle grades and up) exercise for writing a peace poem.
News and updates from Meta/ Phor(e) /Play — Michael Dickel has a new book coming from Finishing Line Press, M/P/P has earned some recognition.
In this new short fiction from Michael Dickel, the woman with a beard encounters another ghost from her past and considers the sea.
Two elegiac poems by Michael Dickel | Meta/ Phor(e) /Play
I want to remember Independence Day for the ideals of the United States, which it has almost never lived up to. As Langston Hughes titled his famous poem: “Let America Be America Again.” Of course, he adds later: “(It never was America to me.)”
A HamiltonSeen film by Cody Lanktree of Michael Dickel reading his poem, “But Hear the Dissonance, 1948-2012.”
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.
Originally posted on Jamie Dedes' THE POET BY DAY Webzine:
“That some of those labelled as enemies have crossed the lines to offer condolences at the mourning tents; that the mourning families spoke to each other as parents and cried on each others’ shoulders; that we cried for…
Visual poetry/commentary/sociology/whatever it is to you. Nex(+)us by Michael Dickel on Meta/Phor(e)/Play.
Michael Dickel’s poem, ”epistemological metaphysics of rhetorical hallucinations,” explores a mind.
A flight of fancy—escape through language, desire, politics—an end game—a poem by Michael Dickel.
I am honored to have my chapbook, Breakfast at the End of Capitalism, published by Locofo Chaps, out of Chicago.