Detail from Poison, a poem written by Nadia Anjuman in the Summer of 2001 in Herat, Afghanistan.  I letterpress printed her original Farsi poem alongside an English translation by Diana Arterian and Marina Omar in September, 2015.  I printed this to honor all the women who have been murdered in Afghanistan and beyond in misogynist societies.

To read more of Anjuman’s poems visit:


Learn more about poetry in Afghanistan:
The erotic and revolutionary poetry of Afghanistan
19 June 2014
by Bashir Sakhwaraz

Corita Kent

TENDHER-webThis screenprint is an ode to Sister Corita Kent.  I made it in June at Women’s Studio Workshop.
It is in reference to this print of her’s:
tender-betender be – part one – sr. william, 1964
Learn more:
tender be – part one – sr. william archived at Harvard Art Museums with Inscriptions and Marks
An Artist Who Sees Holiness in Wonder Bread
Corita Kent in the Grunwald Center Collection – Hammer Museum An expanded digital archive focusing on the life and work of the artist


Bound screenprints on kozo paper. 2014.

Heart #5


Screenprints on kozo paper. 2014



Screenprint with beet juice and ink on paper. 2014



Screenprint on kozo paper. 2014

Love Speaks

Join me at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for Love Speaks: A Day of Art and Poetry from the Muslim World.  Sunday May 11, 2014.


Screenprint on kozo paper. 2014