Monthly Archives: August 2014

Fighting Coal Trains with Totem Poles (Jewell James)

Today I had the honor of interviewing Jewell James of the Lummi Tribe about his effort to create awareness and organize opposition to the export of coal from Wyoming and Montana to developing markets in Asia. This issue was discussed … Continue reading

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Ontological Kinesiology in Puebla

It was quite a melange of cultures in Puebla during the 14th Subud World Congress August 1-17, 2014. (See my previous posts here and here.) To give you some sense of how diverse the event was, these lines went into … Continue reading

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476. Logic of Ordnance

This poem continues from the last postcard poem and Levertov’s notion of the acts that serve as counterstrokes to the ills of the world. She would have been writing about WWII, a war in which she served as nurse so … Continue reading

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