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David Karpel

Poem

Uncle Sam’s Musicafe

By On November 27, 2017

Tripping on the 90s.… Read More

Poem

This Poem Is Probably Better In Spanish

By On October 30, 2017

Ghost stories.… Read More

Essay

How Way Leads On To Way And Nothing Gold Can Stay

By On October 16, 2017

This morning, I dropped off our son Noah, our first born, at Miami International Airport, where he’s by now flown off to Israel on a gap year program. … Read More

Poem

Coronation

By On September 18, 2017

Somewhere between heart and home there is that place of coronation, a throne of tin, twine, copper, and oil. … Read More

Poem

The Rock On My Shelf

By On August 21, 2017

Was I right then to keep it, this piece of Israel forever mine, something to hold, something to carry, like a gift or a found treasure or a stolen trinket?… Read More

Poem

The End Of Something, Or The Beginning

By On August 7, 2017

We can go anywhere from here.… Read More

Poem

How Strange To Bury A Friend

By On July 10, 2017

There is no lightening this impossible load. … Read More

Review

Cookin’ With Chillent

By On June 26, 2017

Chillent sounds like they can be the coolest chassidishe wedding band in the land or open a jamband festival featuring the likes of Phish, Gov’t Mule, and Blues Traveler. … Read More

Long Read

Scenes From A Fractured City: Six Poems

By On June 12, 2017

Six poems from the fractured center to the frayed edges. … Read More

Poem

Our Neighbor’s Truth Is Not Our Own

By On May 29, 2017

A neighbor prosecutes God and love from her 10th floor balcony. … Read More

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