Monthly Archives: January 2013

What Does Legal Immigration Look Like?

The issue of immigration is once again heating up.  We’ll soon be hearing about how immigrants should “do things the right way” and “get in line.”  And while I completely agree that immigrants should indeed get in line and follow … Continue reading

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Third Eye Blind – Blinded

On my end, the semester is winding up and I’m already buried under reading.  I hope everyone is well.  Get your Wednesday started off right with a great song from Third Eye Blind’s most underrated album.  Cheers.

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Be a Transgender Ally

Despite the black-and-white way many people view the world, especially when it comes to gender and sexuality, nature contains virtually every variation thinkable.  If you’re unfamiliar with gender and sexuality, check out the graphics below from The Gender Book by Reiff Hill … Continue reading

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The Machine is Us/ing Us

This is an interesting video that invites the reader to rethink the nature of the written word.  What is a text to you?

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The Boom Circuits – Everything and Nothing

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Matthew Dickman reads from ‘Mayakovsky’s Revolver’

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Cody Deitz – My Favorite Gods & Story for Night

I generally shy away from plugging my own work here, but I had the recent pleasure of being published in a Los Angeles-based online poetry magazine, Chaparral, whose editor I respect, so I thought I’d post them here.  The issue as … Continue reading

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