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Author photo of Eliot Katz. Photo by Vivian Demuth.
“Another World Is Possible,” Global Justice movement rally. Photo by Eliot Katz
“In the end, every machine breaks down.” Photo in front of New Brunswick city hall, 1980s.
Working as a printer in New Brunswick, NJ, and printing Long Shot literary journal, early 1980s.
Eliot with Abbie Hoffman at a CIA-off-campus protest, Rutgers University, 1986.
Eliot with beard and chicken pox, 1992.
Eliot presents a t-shirt to the Vietnamese delegation, World Youth Festival, 1989, Pyongyang
A Posthumous Celebration of Abbie Hoffman’s Birthday, early 1990s.
“Books Not Bombs,” Antiwar rally, photo by Eliot Katz
Newark Star-Ledger article about welfare rights protest that Eliot helped organize, 1992
Imani Park, a housing program for homeless families that Eliot helped create in Edison, NJ, while working with Middlesex Interfaith Partners with the Homeless. Photo by Eliot Katz
Inscription by activist Dave Dillinger to Eliot Katz and Vivian Demuth in a book by Eugene V. Debs
Inscription to Eliot Katz by Allen Ginsberg in his Collected Works volume.
Eliot Katz, David Greenberg, Geoffrey Manaugh, Allen Ginsberg from New York magazine, 1995. Photo by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso: photo by Eliot Katz, NYC, 1995
Gregory Corso visits the Roxy Bar, New Brunswick, NJ, mid-1980s, with Andy Clausen, Sofran Crotty, Stuart Ross, Albert Valeri, Richard Pan Ludens, Eliot, and others
Poster for event at Rutgers, 1986, Eliot reading with Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso
Candles of mourning and calls for peace after 9/11, Union Square Park, NYC, photo by Eliot Katz
Eliot Featured in AP article (here posted on cnn.com) on art after 9/11
“I know in my heart a world without war is possible,” Antiwar rally, photo by Eliot Katz
“Practice Nonviolence,” Antiwar rally, photo by Eliot Katz
Eliot with Vivian Delmuth, “Poets for Peace” at anti-Iraq War rally
“Evict Bush.” Protesting Supreme Court decision after the 2000 election. Photo by Eliot Katz, Washington, DC
Speaking at an Anti-Apartheid rally with Valorie Caffee, chair of the NJ Anti-Apartheid Coalition, in front of Johnson & Johnson’s corporate headquarters, 1980s, New Brunswick, NJ.
Eliot with the late writer and filmmaker, Danny Schechter, at Occupy Wall Street. Photo by Vivian Demuth.
From Occupy Wall Street. Photo and sign by Eliot Katz
Since Trump likes to be on the cover of Time magazine, Eliot created this satiric Time magazine art piece.
Vivian Demuth climbs firetower in her summer firelookout job. Photo by Eliot Katz
Photo of Eliot and Andy Clausen taken by Allen Ginsberg. Photo is Courtesy of the Allen Ginsberg Estate / Stanford University.
Eliot Katz and Andy Clausen read with Allen Ginsberg at Naropa University, 1984. Art by Michael Wojczuk.
Johanna Lawrenson and Vivian Demuth. Antiwar rally, 2007. Photo by Eliot Katz
Eliot looking out from firelookout on Nose Mountain. Photo by Vivian Demuth
Vivian Demuth in Nose Mountain firelookout. Photo by Eliot Katz
Long Shot journal’s cofounders, Eliot and Danny Shot, discussing order of performers during a 100 Thousand Poets and Musicians for Change event, Hoboken, 2012. Photo by Vivian Demuth
Amiri Baraka at Dodge Poetry Festvial cafe. Photo by Eliot Katz
Eliot with Alicia Ostriker and Grace Paley, Learning Alliance, NYC. Photo by Greg Ruggiero.
Eliot with Bob Rosenthal at Walt Whitman’s grave, Camden, NJ.
Eliot having dinner with Marc Eliot Stein in Hoboken, after working on website, 2016
Eliot as Top Ranked Table Tennis Player in New Jersey, 1974-75.
Photo of Eliot’s late mother’s family in Hungary, taken a few years before they were taken from Hungary in 1944 to Auschwitz, where his mother, Toby, lost her parents and five of seven siblings in the concentration camp’s gas chambers.
“Poets Eyeing America,” A Collage by Eliot Katz (with eyes of Walt Whitman, Adrienne Rich, Muriel Rukeyser, William Blake, Audre Lorde, Allen Ginsberg, James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, Gertrude Stein, and Alicia Ostriker)
Eliot Katz Poetry
Eliot Katz would like to thank site developer
Marc Eliot Stein
and Jim Cohn of the
Museum of American Poetics