Peter Crowley

As a prolific author from the Boston area, Peter F. Crowley writes in various forms, including short fiction, op-eds, poetry and academic essays. In 2020, his poetry book Those Who Hold Up the Earth was published by Kelsay Books and received impressive reviews by Kirkus Review, the Bangladeshi New Age and two local Boston-area newspapers. His writing can be found in Middle East Monitor, Znet, 34th Parallel, Pif Magazine, Galway Review, Digging the Fat, Adelaide’s Short Story and Poetry Award anthologies (finalist in both) and The Opiate.

His forthcoming books, due out later in 2023, are That Night and Other Stories (CAAB Publishing) and Empire’s End (Alien Buddha Press)

The Palestine Question: Western Media and Long-Term Solution

The Solidarity Vacuum for the Non-White Oppressed

The US Needs to Start “Winning” Again

Build Back Better Against People Like Joe Manchin

Endless Covid: A Thank You Note to the Unvaccinated

GOP: The Pretend Party

The GOP Is Over

The Last Gambit of the One-Trick Pony

The Leprechaun Anti-BLM Meme: Irish Americans, Drop This Inanity and Support BLM

The Dystopian Coronavirus America

2014-16 vs Today: What Made the Mass BLM Protests Today So Much Larger than Five Years Ago?

The Shit Has Hit the Fan: Shut the Country Down to Save Lives

The Democratic Establishment’s Drive to Derail Sanders Will Backfire Again

Happy Holidays v. Merry Christmas: A Politically Incorrect, Inclusive Perspective

Thinking About Russia: Pigeonholing Doesn’t Work

Immigration ‘Threat’ and the Wall Debate

Outsourcing Still Affects Us: This and AI Worker Displacement Need Not be Inevitable

Democrats: Make Labor a Priority for 2020

Know Thyself: Kavanaugh and American Leaders Should Listen

The Forgotten 1971 Genocide in Pakistan

Crying Wolf: Israel’s Great March of Return Atrocities in the New York Times

Black [In]Justice in March: Michael Bennett’s Felony Charge and the Killing of Stephon Clark

Revisiting ‘Make America Great Again’

To Cheerleaders of Iran Protests: Iran is Not Our Enemy, a Sponsor of Terror or a Tyranny

The Groundhog Days of Terrorism