Love & Politics

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Judith Malina and her longtime companion-comrade Julian Beck founded the Living Theatre in New York City in 1947. In these poems Judith shares her anguish at injustices inflicted by bureaucratic authority; the rewards she found in love and collaboration with Julian; her difficulties in making some life-defining choices.

Table of Contents

Preface by Ira Cohen

Love & Politics

Dawn Riddles

In the World We Envision

Like a Warhorse


Walking Around the Block Without Julian

Malaga: Six Sounds: Moto, Walkman, Bell, Muezzin, Bird, Helicopter

Pick up Each Glass

Women Crying

4 Sentences on Opinions

The Victory Parade

Five-Word Permutations on Light and Dark



Duncan and Duse at Viareggio

Time Running Out

From the Window

Remembering Dreams

Reading the Papers


Graceless After Meals

Sky Services

Learning Shame

Esther Dolgoff

Sam Dolgoff

Mel Most

Painting Flowers on the Sidewalk: Tompkins Square

View of the Other Side

Now I am Making Movies

Antisemitism and the Law

The Day Johnny Dodd Died

Contra Astrologia


Dance Teachers

Am Not Thereby Changed

Written in Stone: Washington Square

Breaking the Laws

Seafood with Poets

In the Brainpan

Green Awning/Black Flag

Hidden Under


On the Set

All Night the Radio


Return Summons


Thoughts on the Oxymoron, Military Intellegence

Ever Since Your Death Death

Wang Weilin

Loon Howl


Two Bird Haikus/Not Haikus

Los Angeles in Wartime


Ancient Alliterations

Walking Along the Esedra

When Julian Walked Alone

Temporary and Final

Along the Inland Waterway

Berlin Changes, Sometimes After Brecht

Speaking with God

Study Plan

Branch – The Immolation of the Davidians

Fifty Words for Alvin Curran


The Bridge: The Living Theatre at Mostar

“I am a Prisoner Dreaming of Escape. . ."

Listen to the Rap

Airport Taxi

Every One of the Cleaning Women