My tribute to the late Rev. Dr. James Hal Cone

https://theblacklionjournal.wordpress.com/2018/11/21/james-hal-cone-do-we-bleed-for-others-jeremy-nathan-marks/?fbclid=IwAR2uAXwl5rXPiE63__-Tn6tuLXjiVIb80BAuwewo1Rbvq_hf5HarxSYspzo

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“None of the Above”

None of the Above is a “short sheet” I am writing/publishing which connects in many ways with the pedagogical philosophy I use here at DEMOI. You can read it/follow it here:

https://brewsternoneoftheabove.wordpress.com/2018/07/08/none-of-the-above-no-1/

“Let the Myth of Exceptionalism Die”

My editorial, “Let the Myth of Exceptionalism Die,” is in today’s London Free Press.

I caught an error after sending the piece in. You will notice that two dates appear regarding the Danish rescue of Jews during World War II: 1940 & 1943. The correct date should simply by (October) 1943.

Vox Populi: Let the myth of American exceptionalism die

3 poems to appear in The Black Lion Journal Collection #4

I am delighted to report that The Black Lion Journal will be publishing 3 of my poems in their next collection. The pieces, “Jeremiah’s Jeremiad,” “Tribunes” and “American promises” are all poems I wrote to address the current “American moment.” I am honoured that they will be featured and will post the link when they appear.

Utopia? A discussion of the past(s)

Pleased to share a podcast discussion I took part in at the Central Branch of London Library last Monday evening (January 15th, 2018):

https://jamesshelley.com/2018/01/23/whose-version-of-the-past-counts-do-the-residents-of-utopia-have-a-history-what-makes-time-invisible/