Contents Page

CONTENTS PAGE

A Call to Action In Support of Two Independent Candidates, (written with Jill Stein), an open letter, October 22, 2013

Graphite & Gold: The Art of Gianluca Franzese, Juxtapoz, September 2013

Eva Hesse and the Color Collage from 1959, As It Ought To Be, March 21, 2013

War & Clay: Christa Assad @Friesen Abmeyer, Ceramics: Art & Perception, March 2013

Andrew Schoultz @Mark Moore Gallery, BL!SSS Magazine, January 22, 2013

Restore Hetch Hetchy Valley, Vote Yes! on F, As It Ought To Be, November 4, 2012

Crushing the Non-State! Matt Gonzalez Questions Barry McGee, As It Ought To Be, September 6, 2012

The Hinge of Reality: The Art of Guy Colwell, Juxtapoz, September 2012

RCV is Good for Progressives (written with Steven Hill), San Francisco Bay Guardian, July 16, 2012

Andrew Schoultz and Paul Klee at SFMOMA, As It Ought To Be, January 8, 2012

Gustavo Ramos Rivera at Elins/Eagles-SmithAs It Ought To Be, December 21, 2011

Goodbye Kurt SchwittersAs It Ought To Be, November 27, 2011

Like 1, 2, 3: Ranked-choice voting here to staySan Francisco Chronicle, November 6, 2011

Compare & Decide (made with Isiah Flores), Youtube, October 31, 2011

A Friendship with Theophilus BrownThe New Fillmore, September 2011

Keegan McHargue, The Peripatetic Artist Returns to S.F.Keegan McHargue: Natural (San Francisco: Frey Norris Contemporary & Modern, 2011)

David Waggoner: A Community Watchdog for Police Commission (written with Harry Britt & Aaron Peskin), San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 1, 2011

Foreword: Tom Schultz, The Paintings of Tom Schultz: Structure, Gesture, and Something Else (San Francisco: Michael Rauner Photography, 2010)

Open Letter to Nancy PelosiFog City Journal, October 12, 2010

Why Bother Bidding?BeyondChron.org, July 27, 2010

Remembering Peter Camejo 1939-2008As It Ought To Be, September 14, 2009

The Painter On the Road to TarasconAs It Ought To Be, August 5, 2009

Defending the Public Defender (written with G. Whitney Leigh), Fog City Journal, July 8, 2009

A Modest Proposal to Contain Eminent DomainThe Argonaut, July 3, 2009

A Black Bart Lesson for Transbay Authority (written with Warren Hinckle & Jello Biafra), San Francisco Chronicle, June 15, 2009

Stop romanticizing broken taxi-medallion systemSan Francisco Examiner, June 10, 2009

Accidental, with purposeSan Francisco Bay Guardian, May 27, 2009

The Trail of Broken PromisesCounterPunch.org, October 29, 2008

Harry Bowden’s Accordion PlayerPlastic Antinomy, Spring 2008

What’s good for the goose is good for the ganderSan Francisco Chronicle, March 12, 2008

The Obama Craze: Count Me OutBeyondChron.org, February 27, 2008

The Making of a Debit Card MonopolyBeyondChron.org, February 14, 2007

Invoking the “will of the voters” – but only if convenientBeyondChron.org, May 19, 2006

The Right to Speak Anonymously is a Cornerstone of our Democracy (written with G. Whitney Leigh), Davis Enterprise, May 14, 2006

Sparing the Crips FounderMesh #12, November/December 2005

Instant Runoff Voting – On the Move?North Bay Progressive Journal, November 2005

Felix MacneeSan Francisco Frontlines, October 2005

Debunking Ackerman’s NumbersSan Francisco Frontlines, October 2005

Howl!Mesh Magazine #11, September/October 2005

Where is the Body? Understanding the corpus delicti ruleMesh Magazine #10, July/August 2005

A new era in San Francisco politics?San Francisco Bay View Newspaper, June 29, 2005

Existential Warfare: Overwhelming our opponents by killing ourselvesMesh Magazine #9, May/June 2005

Remembering Marla Ruzicka 1977-2005SFBG.com, April 19, 2005

Free Santos Reyes!San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 14, 2005

Stealing Bases: Is baseball fair with steroids?Golden Gate [X]press, March 3, 2005

Green & red apples: The 2,392 disappeared homeless in San FranciscoSan Francisco Bay View, February 23, 2005

Boxer’s Rebellion: Understanding Self-Preservation PoliticsMesh Magazine #8, February/March 2005

Ignoring Tired PleasMesh Magazine #7, December/January 2005

In Another Era: The Socialist Circle of Eugene DebsMesh Magazine #6, September/October 2004

Giving noncitizens access to the voting boothSan Francisco Chronicle, July 20, 2004

Why Vote for Ralph Nader?San Francisco Examiner, July 15, 2004

Are you ready for Bechtel Park? How about Halliburton Stadium, or Monsanto Field?Mesh Magazine #5, June/July 2004

The American City: A Tool for Progressive Change in the 21st CenturyBerkeley La Raza Law Journal, Vol 16, Number 2 (2005)

Reining in the chainsMesh Magazine #4, April/May 2004

Until When?Mesh Magazine #3, February/March 2004

Concession Speech — San Francisco Mayor’s Race, December 9, 2003San Francisco Call, May 10, 2005

Why Vote? (paid advertisement, written with Randall Knox), San Francisco Bay View, October 29, 2003

Reclaiming Cinco de MayoSan Francisco Chronicle, May 5, 2003

Escaping the ice ageSan Francisco Bay Guardian, June 19, 2002

A Slap In the Face! A book reviewSan Francisco Call, May 24, 2002

Chorosho! An Auto/Biographical Sketch of Jack Hirschman(written with Jack Hirschman), San Francisco Call, May 24, 2002

Jack Hirschman, A BibliographySan Francisco Call, May 24, 2002

My Green ManifestoComet Magazine, Vol. 4 No. 1, The Tenacity Issue, 200#

Their Rubber Hammer Strikes the Sea (Felix Macnee interviewed by Matt Gonzalez), San Francisco Call, December 17, 2001

Foreword, Flares: Poems, Songs, Prose (SF: Irresistible/Revolutionary, 2001) by Don Paul

Why I turned GreenSan Francisco Bay Guardian, November 15, 2000

Jack Black Rides the Rails Again. A book reviewThe Recorder, August 23, 2000

Who has a dark wallet?San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 8, 2000

The Elusive Jack MichelineRagged Lion: A Tribute to Jack Micheline (Ellenburg, WA: Vagabond Press/The Smith, 1999), ed. John Bennett

Jack MichelineThe Outlaw Bible of American Poetry (New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 1999), ed. Alan Kaufman

The Demise of Due Process: Murray Against GiarratanoStanford Humanities Review (Fall/Winter 1990)

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