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F.I. Goldhaber's words capture people, places, and politics with a photographer's eye and a poet's soul. As a reporter, editor, business writer, and marketing communications consultant, they produced news stories, feature articles, editorial columns, and reviews for newspapers, corporations, governments, and non-profits in five states. Now paper, electronic, and audio magazines, books, newspapers, calendars, and street signs display their poetry, fiction, and essays. More than 100 of their poems appear in sixty plus publications, including four collections. In addition to the work published under their legal name, F.I. writes erotic and transgressive fiction as well as non-fiction essays about sexuality that appear in U.S., U.K., and Canadian-based publications under pseudonyms. Their political poetry -- written from the perspective of a queer, xgender, not white, senior, disabled writer -- covers such controversial topics as gender and sexual politics, racism, classism, religious persecution, voting disenfranchisement, and health care access.
Poetry, Fiction, Politics, Accessibility, Feminism, Race, Religion, LGBQT, Disability, Sexuality
Source, Personal Essays, Opinion Editorial, Essays, Criticism, Radio Appearances, Podcast Appearances
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