So Far

I’ve been hoping that these so-called poems, snatched out of my struggle to survive & emerge, would help you, also, to survive & emerge—& to enable you, also, to become part of a great & lasting change for the better, in the ways people think & behave—& that you, too, would participate in the early results of that changed behavior—within the on-going matrix of misunderstanding, delusion, posing, & injustice, & consequent suffering—within the matrix of the glorious but uncaring natural universe.

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Other public works by Eric Chaet:

1974 – Old Buzzard of No-Man’s Land, slim, square poetry book
1977 – Solid and Sound, vinyl LP recording of songs
1984-1994 – The Into Traffic Signs, posters stapled to USA utility poles
1991 (2nd edition, 1994) – How To Change the World Forever For Better, slim book of telegraphic prose
2001 – People I Met Hitchhiking On USA Highways, slightly fictionalized prose narrative book

Other work:

I also occasionally take on research projects as an independent consultant. So far, assignments regarding industrial & agricultural equipment, operations & management practices, & Space exploration equipment & politics have found me, & helped pay to keep me alive, & fund my public work.

In the 1970’s & early 1980’s, I taught several subjects at several colleges, in Pennsylvania, Missouri, Nebraska, Michigan, & California—& at a middle school at the first Navajo-run school on the Navajo Reservation, or, as they call it, The Navajo Nation—in the northeast corner of Arizona, USA.

There were also dozens of odd jobs in factories, warehouses, offices, delivering packages, etc., first on the South Side of Chicago, my boyhood turf, then in Los Angeles, Chattanooga, Toledo, southern Illinois, Milwaukee, & Green Bay, USA.

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