Zack Haber is an organizer of poetics and a journalist. Some of their work can be found in Datableed Zine, Armed Cell, The Capalino Review, 580 Split, The Elephants, Teen Vogue, Left Voice, Sierra Nevada Review and other places. Their little book,  if you want to be one of them playing in the streets… , was published in 2014 by Quiet Lightning and Tiny Splendor. They write about Homelessness, police misconduct and education for The Oakland Post. They’ve hosted poetry readings and performances through The Other Fabulous Reading Series and other projects in the Bay Area since 2012. THey live in West Oakland.

Zack Haber is an organizer of poetics and a journalist. Some of their work can be found in Datableed Zine, Armed Cell, The Capalino Review, 580 Split, The Elephants, Teen Vogue, Left Voice, Sierra Nevada Review and other places. Their little book, if you want to be one of them playing in the streets…, was published in 2014 by Quiet Lightning and Tiny Splendor. They write about Homelessness, police misconduct and education for The Oakland Post. They’ve hosted poetry readings and performances through The Other Fabulous Reading Series and other projects in the Bay Area since 2012. THey live in West Oakland.

No Opposite was created and edited by me, Zack Haber. I’m a poet, journalist and substitute teacher. Here you can find some essays, links to my Oakland Post articles, and an audio archive of Bay Area Poetry readings. You can contact me at Zack.Haber@gmail.com