Julian Francis Park

has poems in Blind Field (forthcoming), Entropy, HOLD (forthcoming), Horny Poetry Review (forthcoming), and Writing w/o Walls, narrative excerpted in Queen Mob's Tea House, reviews in Jacket2 and Tripwire, and a chapter, “On the Historical Conditions of Accumulation,” in Rosa Luxemburg: A Permanent Challenge for Political Economy.

Julian does intake for Causa Justa/Just Cause’s Tenants' Rights Clinic, and facilitates a free, weekly writing workshop with the Bay Area Public School at the Omni Commons. Julian also works on Omni's newsletter, The Commoner. Tweets @jfpark3.

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