Gary Corseri

Gary Corseri has performed his work at the Carter Presidential Library, and his dramas have been produced on PBS-Atlanta and elsewhere. He has published novels and collections of poetry, has taught in US public schools and prisons and in US and Japanese universities. His work has appeared at CounterPunch, The New York Times, Village Voice and hundreds of publications and websites worldwide. Contact:

Uncle “Sham” Says Dance, And the Band Played On

Bernie Sanders Plays the Bard

Catching Up with Cynthia McKinney… and Looking (Worriedly) Ahead

ABC’s of the US Empire

10 Unmentionables at the Republican Non-Debate

Gaza: Our Child’s Shattered Face in the Mirror

Side Effects

How I Saw the Light With Daylight Savings Time

There Oughta Be a Law Against…

Proving Stalin Right?

A Conversation with Paul Craig Roberts

Disentangling Ukraine From Our “Narrative Lines”

Socrates Rebukes the NSA

Prologue: a Conversation with Poet Diane Wakoski

Argo Apostasy

Three Poems by Gary Corseri

Three by Corseri

A Dream Deferred

Osama’s Favorite Writer?

25 Reasons to Impeach George W. Bush

On the Anniversary of Lennon’s Death, 2012

When Black Friday Comes…

Nouns That Should be Acronyms

Out of Iraq and Plato’s Cave