Tag: James Goldberg

Singer and Saint: An Interview with Jeevan Sidhu

By James Goldberg   Although best known for his work in the very modern medium of Bollywood film, Jeevan Sidhu is also a poet with a deep and abiding investment in his culture’s literary past. He has worked as a playback singer on films such as Pardes, Veer/Zaara, Dil Se, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, and …

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Since He Was Weaned: Poetry

By James Goldberg   Since he was weaned, my son’s been hungry for the open sky— so that now, at eighteen months, he’s a seeker and a maker of signs.   A simple knock at the air comes first. It means: open this door and let me ascend the concrete steps to that greater bliss …

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Remember the Revolution!: A Mormon Manifesto

By James Goldberg   “I know just what you mean—I hate to be in big groups of Mormons” said a Mormon girl to her Mormon friend at a party attended entirely by Mormons who’d met in a BYU creative writing class. “You mean like this one?” said another girl, giving voice to a thought I …

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