What Color is Your Privlege?

A collection of 72 political statements in poetic form, What Color is Your Privilege? examines the wide spectrum of ways our society marginalizes people. Although many people on society's fringes still have some privilege, society maligns, excludes, and abuses them because of their skin color, religion, disabilities, neurodivergence, sex, sexual orientation, gender, immigration status, age, financial position, housing arrangements, etc.

What Color is Your Privilege? opens a window on the suffering many are privileged to ignore.

"Serving a truth serum for hate and hypocrisy, F.I. Goldhaber is writing with a hammer and speaking with a tongue of fire. In What Color is Your Privilege?, they sing a book-length blues song decrying racial, gender, religious, and sexual intolerance in America. With courage and a rejection of conventionality rarely found in contemporary verse, this book shines a bright, beaming light on the 'hostile world' we live in and the revolution being fought for the soul of America." -- John Warner Smith, Louisiana State Poet Laureate 2019-2021.

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Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends

What food you eat, whether your family nurtures or abuses you, and how friends fit into your life determine whether you live in despair or delight, cringing or cavorting through your days. F.I. Goldhaber's poems capture the marvelous and the malignant of all three.
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Subversive Verse

A collection of poems about corporate cruelty, gender grievances, supreme shambles, political perversion, and race relations best read aloud.
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Pairs of Poems

Pairing poems about similar topics written in different moods at different points in time, Pairs of Poems offers a variety of perspectives on subjects as diverse as nature, love, history, and politics. A collection of forty-four poems, Pairs of Poems examines various facets of our relationships with the world and the people around us.

"This collection is the candid record of a seasoned writer" -- Oregon Poet Laureate Emerita Paulann Petersen
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"With an often politically satiric voice, Pairs of Poems embraces freeways and oceans, warehouse stores and forests, urban parks and picketers. In these twenty-two pairings, F.I. Goldhaber's images move easily from the domestic to the celestial, from a cat's small nose-smudges left on a window to the moon 'marked with sleep lines' at dawn. This collection is the candid record of a seasoned writer who, when faced with 'plot roadblocks,' turns to a 'steamy hot shower,' wondering with wit '...how any good prose/was written before/running water.' "
Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen
Author of The Wild Awake and Blood-Silk

Some of the other places where F.I.'s poetry appears:

Much of my poetry is available online to read for free. If you would like to support my writing, please buy a book, recommend any of my books to your local library for purchase, and/or leave a tip on ko-fi.
by F. I. Goldhaber
I learned about contrapuntal poems from Jennifer Ruth Jackson. While working on the review of her debut poetry collection, published by Querencia Press in February, I was inspired to write my first contrapuntal poem Contemplating Continuing as a Crip. It appears with the review in the Summer 2024 issue of Whale Road Review.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Oregon COVID Storytelling Project features three of my poems including Alone, Now and Forever, written specifically for the project. It also re-publishes Eugenics, which first appeared in The Trick Is To Keep Breathing and What Color is Your Privilege? and Normal Life, first published in CHAOS: The Poetry Vortex.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Handy Uncapped Pen featured The Price of Prisons for Profit March 17, 2023. Inspired by a colleague's ordeal navigating the carceral system, the poem debuted on Tiny Tim Literary Review in 2017 and appears in What Color is Your Privilege?. HUP is a community for disabled and neurodivergent writers and other creatives.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Hags On Fire published two of my poems about perimenopause/menopause in the Winter Solstice 2022 issue. Although originally written some years ago, Sacrifice, now a Rictameter, and Body Broken, now a Fibonacci never found a home before because the subject is taboo.
by F. I. Goldhaber
POETiCA REViEW included two of my political poems, Explaining the Hashtags and America the Beautiful (both of which also appear in What Color is Your Privilege?), in its Autumn 2022 issue. POETiCA REViEW offers a pluriverse of poetic possibilies. For the many, not just the few.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Trick Is To Keep Breathing: Covid 19 Stories From African and North American Writers, Vol 3 features two essays, five stories, and 64 poems from 32 North American and African poets, writers, and academicians. It includes three of the poems I wrote about the politics of COVID-19: Disruptions, Eugenics, and Blame Not the Virus (which also appear in What Color is Your Privilege?).
by F. I. Goldhaber
One of the problems with privilege is that those who have it never see it and those who don't are constantly aware of its absence. My poem, Privileged, explaining its impact for both groups, appeared August 5, 2022 on The Handy Uncapped Pen and in What Color is Your Privilege? September 13, 2022.
by F. I. Goldhaber
My haiku, Tide Pool leads the 2022 Parks & Points & Poetry Micropoems page. Parks & Points & Poetry publishes personal essays and poetry about national parks and other public lands. (Photo by Derek Wright)
by F. I. Goldhaber
A vial of insulin costs less than $10 to produce. But in the U.S. individuals are charged hundreds of dollars for that same vial. My poem, The Cost of Staying Alive, describes how expensive it is to survive as a brittle, insulin-dependent diabetic. It appeared April 8, 2022 on The Handy Uncapped Pen.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Triggered by a former obnoxious touchy-feely mayor, who I had to dodge to avoid real damage, my poem That Hurts appeared on The Handy Uncapped Pen, a community for disabled and neurodivergent writers and other creatives, February 11, 2022.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Read my haiku, Hailstorm, in the tranquility-themed Winter 2022 Issue of MockingHeart Review. An online literary journal, MockingHeart Review publishes artwork and high-quality poems that express the complexities of the human heart in clear, precise, lyrical language.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The winter issue of The BeZine, with the theme of Life of the Spirit and Healing, included three of my poems. Normal Life and Essential Services (also available as a poetry broadside) first appeared in CHAOS: The Poetry Vortex and Times that Try debuted in As the World Burns: Writers and Artists Reflect on a World Gone Mad.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The fall issue of The BeZine, with the theme of social justice and hunger, included three of my poems. The Hypocrite's Creed made its debut appearance along with The Politics of Food (first published in Subversive Verse in 2014) and Consumer Temple (first published in 2008 in Pairs of Poems and on protestpoems.org).
by F. I. Goldhaber
Poetic Sun published three of my poems in three different forms (including my first Fibonacci poem). Read all threeHouse Finches (a Fibonacci), Day's End (a Shadorma), and Grief (a Nonet) — on page 7 (page 10 in the document) of Issue 4.
by F. I. Goldhaber
VoiceCatcher — an online journal that supports, inspires, and empowers trans and cis women writers and artists in the greater Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington areas — published my poem, Watching the Wetlands, in the Spring 2021 issue.
by F. I. Goldhaber
My very first nonet, Dinosaur, placed third in the inaugural Cripendy Contest. Read it on The Handy Uncapped Pen, a blog/community for disabled and neurodivergent creatives.
by F. I. Goldhaber
My poem, Do I Pass?, appeared in Volume 4 of Outcast, a lgbtq+ literary magazine based in South Asia. Outcast aims to bring about change by sharing stories, poetry, and art and providing a community for young people struggling with their sexuality. Do I Pass? also appears in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
As the World Burns: Writers and Artists Reflect on a World Gone Mad, both a story of survival and an act of resistance, includes three of my poems: Thin Blue Lie, Times that Try, and 'Nice' People. The anthology speaks with many voices to the damage wrought in these violent, fevered months. (All also appear in What Color is Your Privilege?)
by F. I. Goldhaber
Two of my poems about life in quarantine, Normal Life and Essential Services, appear in the Local Gems Press anthology, CHAOS: The Poetry Vortex, dedicated to all the poets over the years who have brought CHAOS to the world. (Normal Life also appears in What Color is Your Privilege? and Essential Services as a poetry broadside.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
Portland Metrozine included a suite of my poems in the Summer 2020 issue. The editors introduce She Only Screams at Night, Women's Lot, #MeToo, and Words Matter with 'Poetry as an activist's tool calling out the injustices of our time and giving voice to those otherwise silenced.' (The four poems also appear in What Color is Your Privilege?)
by F. I. Goldhaber
Two of my shadorma, Pink Snow and Setting Sun, appear in Volume 8 of Red Earth Review, a literary magazine published by The Red Earth Creative Writing MFA program of Oklahoma City University. Find them on pages 70-71 (pages 77-78 in the document).
by F. I. Goldhaber
The fourth annual Parks & Points & Poetry 2020 poetry series includes my poem Human Concerns, which contrasts pandemic panic with swampland serenity.
by F. I. Goldhaber
My poem Dear Facebook laments the social media site's use and abuse of algorithms. Cirque, A Literary Journal for the North Pacific Rim, included it in the 10th Anniversary issue. Find it on page 63 (page 65 in the document).
by F. I. Goldhaber
Three of my tanka — Rainy Weather, Duck Amusement Park, and Captured — appear in the Spring, 2020 issue of Door is a Jar Magazine. You can also find Rainy Weather as a broadside.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Raven Chronicles Press included my poem, Take The Knee, on page 268 of the Take a Stand: Art Against Hate anthology, winner of the 2021 Washington State Book Award for Poetry. Inspired by Colin Kaepernick, Take The Knee also appears as a broadside and in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
According to Portland Metrozine Goldhaber wields their poetry as an activist's tool. Read Point of View and Repair Fair in the Fall, 2019 issue. Point of View also appears in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
I took a photo at Tryon Creek State Natural Area to create a broadside for my poem Brooks, first published in Pairs of Poems. The City of Beaverton selected the Brooks broadside as #YourArtMoment for October 20, 2019. (Also available on my Tanka Broadsides page.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
I combined The Heron, a shadorma originally published by Origami Poems Project in my microchapbook, Summer Creek , with a photo I took at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge as a broadside and the Beaverton City Government selected it as #YourArtMoment for August 23, 2019.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Vitamin ZZZ reprinted my poems Full House on page 33 of the Spring 2019 edition, Family Bed and Dreams on page 14 of the Summer 2019 edition, Dream Ticket. Vitamin ZZZ was SleepyHead CENTRAL's literary effort to spread awareness about all things sleep. You can also read Full House as a poetry broadside
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Handy Uncapped Pen, a community for disabled and neurodivergent writers and other creatives. published my poem NormalPeople on August 9, 2019.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Portland Metrozine introduces my poems with: Goldhaber wields their poetry as an activist's tool to call out injustice against our fellow humans, our environment, and other species that inhabit the earth with us. Read Protest, Forgotten, and Ugly But Necessary in the Summer, 2019 issue. (Find Protest and Forgotten in What Color is Your Privilege? as well.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
Kelsey Creek Shade, originally published by Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place, appeared in my collection, Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends, illustrated with this photo. I combined the two as a broadside and the Beaverton City Government selected it as #YourArtMoment for August 4, 2019. (Also available on my Tanka Broadsides page.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
Anunnaki Ray Marquez published my poem, I See Your Soul, on his intersex educational website. Mx. Marquez is a gender/intersex, activist, educator, writer, and speaker.(Also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
NATIONALISM: (Mis)Understanding Donald Trump's Capitalism, Racism, Global Politics, International Trade and Media Wars — a rich, robust collection of 10 essays, three fiction pieces, 51 poems, and two plays — includes my poems Amendment XIV and The War on Terrorism. You can also read both in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Zingara Poetry Review, a space for practicing poets, published the shadorma Protection on May 1, 2019.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Origami Poems Project selected six of my poems inspired by Summer Creek — which runs through Beaverton and Tigard, Oregon — for a microchap 'zine. You can download Summer Creek, print it, and follow the instructions to fold it for your own personal copy. (Cover art by Lauri Burke.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
Wetlands Drama won the thirteenth annual Number One poetry contest and appeared on page 26 (page 37 in the document) of Volume 46, released in January of 2019.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Two of my poems appear in the Winter/Spring 2019 issue of Kaleidoscope. Read Little Lavender Pill, first published in the Spring/Summer 2009 issue of Thresholds, on page 16 (17 in the document), and Age Old Dilemma, first published in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends, on page 29 (30).
by F. I. Goldhaber
Still Fighting, inspired by the loss of a dear friend to the Men's Rights Activists, appeared on Room's Turtle Island Responds, an online library of lived experience offered in verse. (Artwork Secwepemcúl'ecw on Turtle Island / in North America by Danachos.) Still Fighting is also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Abused and Alone appeared in We Will Not Be Silenced, the lived experience of sexual harassment and sexual assault told powerfully through poetry, prose, essay, and art with 70 percent of the profits donated to organizations that provide services to sexual harassment and sexual assault survivors. Also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Filial Food appeared in Volume No. XVII and Ashes to Ashes appeared in Volume No. XVIII of Survivor's Review, which encourages the creative expression of cancer survivors. Both poems also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The haiku, Blood Moon, and the shadorma, Crystals, appear in the Fall, 2018 issue of Door is a Jar Magazine.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Kosmos Journal published Chains of Injustice as part of the We the World Days of Unity campaign, Fall 2018. Also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Hawk appeared in the Fall 2018 issue of Parentheses Journal, an international independent literary journal.
by F. I. Goldhaber
A first person version of Ode of a Buggy Whip appeared on page 33 of the June 2018 issue of Perspectives Magazine, where inanimate objects and animals have their say.
by F. I. Goldhaber
On December 2, 2017 Poetic Medicine's New Voices published Not Enough (also available in What Color is Your Privilege?).
by F. I. Goldhaber
The November 15, 2017 Placeholder Magazine — a fiercely independent critical voice covering contemporary arts, culture, and literature — featured Lessons from Martin Niemöller, Hate Speech ≠ Free Speech, and Braving a Hostile World. Also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Armed appeared on page 18 of the September 8, 2017 issue of Pink Panther Magazine, providing a multicultural atmosphere that focuses on today's women's issues. Also available as a broadside and in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Portland Heroes, #BiVisibility, and True Colors and False Flags were featured in the inaugural issue of Weatherbeaten, a refuge for those seeking asylum from the storm. Also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Intersectionality, Begging for Help, and The Price of Prisons for Profit (also available in What Color is Your Privilege?) appeared in the second issue of Tiny Tim Literary Review, targeted at normalizing the narratives of those who have chronic illness and disabilities and humanizing medical professionals.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Where Have You Been? appeared in Black Lives Have Always Mattered, A Collection of Essays, Poems, and Personal Narratives Edited by Abiodun Oyewole from 2Leaf Press, publisher of alternative fiction, non-fiction, poetry and bilingual works by activists, academics, poets and authors. (Also read Where Have You Been? in What Color is Your Privilege?.)
by F. I. Goldhaber
These Trees, a coffee table book by photographer Ruthie Rosauer, included my shadorma Tree Teachings and my haiku Dogwood. The book showcases more than 140 photographs of trees embellished with twenty five poems penned by twenty poets. Dogwood and Tree Teachings also available as broadsides.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Armed appeared in Issue 5.2 of Star 82 Review, an art and literature, online and print magazine that highlights words and images in gemlike forms. Also available as a broadside and in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Growing up Jewish in the American South and What Racism? appeared in 11/9: The Fall of American Democracy, which presented diverse voices of those most affected by the 2016 U.S. presidential election results. Read them in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
You Are Not My Mother appeared in Connoisseurs of Suffering: Poetry for the Journey to Meaning, edited by by Jason Dias and Louis Hoffman as part of University Professors Press' Poetry, Healing, and Growth Book Series. Also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Ashes to Ashes (also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends) appeared in the Winter 2017 issue and T (also available in What Color is Your Privilege?) appeared in the LGBTQ-themed Summer 2016 issue of Soul-Lit: a journal of spiritual poetry.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The poem Ode to a Buggy Whip appeared in the Autumn 2016 issue of Kalyna Review.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The tanka Kelsey Creek Shade appeared on page 26 of the Fall 2016 issue of Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place. Also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends and as a poetry broadside.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Farmers' Market Bounty appeared in the July 21, 2016 issue of The Hillsdale Farmers' Market Grapevine (scroll to Your Market Basket). Also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Occupy America, Winds of Change, Hate, Five Old White Men, Trans Pacific Partnership, Summer's Heat, Shared Grieving, Home Grown Terrorism, Little Old WHITE Lady, and Respecting Beliefs appeared on The New Verse News, an on-line e-zine for politically progressive poetry on current events and topical issues.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Cycle of Life appeared in the debut issue of Icarus Down Review, a monthly ebook publication dedicated to writers who like to aim a little higher and shoot a little farther. Available as a poetry broadside and in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Gender Blending Fashion and Barriers appear in Love & Ensuing Madness, a new feature of Rat's Ass Review.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Gender Blending Fashion appeared December 3, 2015 in the winter issue of Rat's Ass Review online poetry journal. Also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Four haiku and tanka — Berries (also viewable as a poetry broadside), Truffles, Autumn Harvest, and Portland Diversity — were among pieces featured at Portland Mall Management Inc. Be Grateful event, with work displayed on signs posted in the transit mall area, (5th and 6th Ave. between Salmon and Burnside). Portland Diversity photo by Shawn Norris.
by F. I. Goldhaber
On the Fringes appeared appeared on page 127 of the print edition (134 online) of the Fall 2015 issue of the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, a journal of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Also available in What Color is Your Privilege?.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Ode to Chocolate appeared July 1, 2015 on A Quiet Courage, a Journal of Microfiction and Poetry in 100 Words or Less. Available as a poetry broadside and in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Master Gardener and The Urn appear in Bear the Pall: Stories & Poems about the Loss of a Parent, published in April, 2015. Both also appear in my collection, Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Food Porn appeared on page 18 of TRN Literary Magazine's September/October, 2014 issue. It's also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Three poems — True Love, A Love Poem, and Intervention — appeared February 22, 2013 on The Blue Hour Magazine, an art and literary magazine. They're also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends and Intervention as poetry broadside.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Five poems — State Park, Winter Market, Winter Storm, Full House, and Winter Driving — appeared in Green Is The Color Of Winter, a fundraising project for SMART: Start Making A Reader Today. Find Winter Market and Full House in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends and Full House and State Park as poetry broadsides.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Two poems — Conversations with my Mother's Purse and In The Irish Countryside — appeared in the inaugural issue of Gold Man Review literary magazine which launched in November of 2011. In The Irish Countryside also appears in a poetry broadside and Conversations with my Mother's Purse in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Books appeared on the August 9, 2011 issue and Canvas appeared on the July 20, 2011 issue of Every Day Poets. Find both in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Conference appeared in the September, 2011 issue of the Willamette Writer. It's also available in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends.
by F. I. Goldhaber
March 10, 2011, Separation of Church and State, and Consumer Temple appeared on protestpoems.org. Find Consumer Temple in Pairs of Poems. Read Separation of Church and State and March 10, 2011 in Subversive Verse.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Ten of my haiku and tanka — Brooks, Contradiction, Observations, Rain, Rust, Tide, Cherry Blossoms, Dogwood, Flowers, and Sun Glutton —appeared in On a Narrow Windowsill: Fiction and Poetry Folded onto Twitter, published by Folded Word Press, February, 2010. Written on four continents and read on six, the anthology celebrated the birth of a new literary form: the tweet. Find Brooks, Dogwood, Tide, and Sun Glutton as broadsides. Read Brooks and Rain in Pairs of Poems.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Trade Deficit appeared October, 2009 in Poetry for the Masses. Read it in Subversive Verse.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Travels through Life appeared Summer, 2009 on page 50 of the premier issue of Diverse Voices Quarterly.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Little Lavender Pill appeared in the Spring/Summer 2009 issue of the literary journal, Thresholds.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The haiku Hail appeared April, 2009 in Four and Twenty a short form poetry journal.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The haiku Sun Glutton, Dogwood, Cherry Blossoms, Flowers, Tide, Rust, Rain, Observations and tanka Brooks and Contradiction appeared on Twitter as part of Form.Reborn in March and April, 2009. Find Brooks, Dogwood, Tide, and Sun Glutton as broadsides. Read Brooks and Rain in Pairs of Poems.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Getting Ready appeared in the Your Stories section of the May/June 2008 issue of The Rambler. Read it in Pairs of Poems.
by F. I. Goldhaber
The Mall appeared September 2008 in Appleseeds anthology from Sacred Fools Press. Read it in Pairs of Poems.
by F. I. Goldhaber
True Love (2009), Vision (2009), Interruption (2007), Waiting (2007), Early Morning Commute (2006), and On the Street (2006) appeared on Long Story Short, a magazine for writers. Read True Love and Waiting in Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends; Early Morning Commute, Interruption, On the Street, and Waiting in Pairs of Poems; and Waiting as a broadside.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Rain and Rust exhibited in the 3Lights Gallery launch edition in January 2007; Tide in the Full Bloom edition, March 2007. Find Rain in Pairs of Poems and Tide as a poetry broadside.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Dawn Stroll appeared November 2006 in In Our Own Voices an Oregon Writers Colony collection of fifty works by members. You can also read it in in Pairs of Poems and as a poetry broadside.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Humdinger Literary E-zine published Signs of the Times, Corporations, Fellow Travelers, Dreams, and Betrayal in May 2006. Read them all in Pairs of Poems and Corporations in Subversive Verse.
by F. I. Goldhaber
NW Women's Journal, a monthly magazine written by, for, and about professional women in the Portland-Vancouver area, published Romance and Dawn Stroll in the December 15, 2005 issue. Read both in Pairs of Poems. Find Romance and Dawn Stroll as poetry broadsides.
by F. I. Goldhaber
Bridges to Nowhere — poetry chapbook illustrated with photographs by Lou Loeffler — published September 2004.