Author Archives: mhbrownstein

Monsanto–Guilty

On Tuesday April 18th the five international judges of the Monsanto Tribunal presented their legal opinion. They have come to important conclusions, both on the conduct of Monsanto and on necessary developments in international law. The judges conclude that Monsanto … Continue reading

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A Man of No Words

A Short Story by Donal Mahoney Virgil comes to group therapy every week in his pick-up truck with his dog, Buster, standing in the bed of the truck. The sessions are held for veterans of Korea and Vietnam. Quite a … Continue reading

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A Beauty of Seeds–What Have You Done, Monsanto?

A Prose Piece by Nayeli Guzman as told to Beverly Bell Damn, I should have brought my beans! I wanted to show you my collection. One of my favorites is called powami, a Hopi ceremonial bean. There’s a really beautiful … Continue reading

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AN OWL OVERLOOKING AN EMPIRE OF RUIN

A Poem by Korea Brownstein –Based on a sculpture created by Mayo Turner while serving time for bank robbery. The three dimensional piece is made from rope, wooden sticks and velvet on a plywood frame. Empty eyed Tall tale signs … Continue reading

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Sunset over Chemical Valley

A Poem by M. Lapin Once I listened to a poet (but I cannot remember her name or the title of her poem) who wrote lines about Cincinnati using the Yellow Pages, the names of corporations, factories, the outpouring of … Continue reading

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2,4-D

A Poem by Gloria Stevens 2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) is a common herbicide found in Agent Orange developed by Monsanto and Dow Chemical and used around the home and garden. Here is how you grow rich: plant 2,4-D everywhere letting it … Continue reading

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