February: I have just signed a two year lease to continue living and working in Tomales, California. My plan is to focus on my writing--of books, articles, blog posts, poems, podcasts and more, and on stabilizing my life--economically, socially and health-wise. Living in my tiny house continues to be a delight.
March: On the 23rd I go to Ann Arbor to work with Jewish Social Work students for a weekend, ad to meet with Science for the People, an organization my father was very involved with, and which has recently been reborn. I'll e talking about how artists can work with scientists to help transmit information effectively to non-scientists.
Then I go to Detroit to visit with some amazing radical people and help lead a seder with Rabbi Alana Alpert. I'm taking the train home, because flying is hard on my body, and plan to stop off briefly in Chicago to see my homies.
I'll have a few days at home before heading off to Western Massachusetts on April 15. I'll be spending a week there, exploring the many forms of historical storytelling with history students and faculty, and then a week clearing out my old storage units and consolidating my belongings in one place.
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