February 12, 2016

Life of a Poem Part I: The First Line

By Dora Malech

For a long time, the poem I have wanted to write has been George Starbuck’s “Of Late.” The yearning to want to write what someone else has already written is […]

April 28, 2015

everywhere/everywhere/everywhere

By Dora Malech

I am in Baltimore and I have nothing to say. I have nothing to say because I am trying to listen. I am trying to listen to Ta-Nehisi Coates: Now, […]

April 24, 2015

a Chamber – to be Haunted –

By Dora Malech

“The only way to be honest is to be haunted,” says poet Joseph Lease, closing a panel exploring “Where Art & Activism Meet” on Saturday, April 11th, the final panel […]