Review of A Flag of No Nation by Joshua Gottlieb-Miller in Poemeleon (2022)
Podcast Interview on A Flag of No Nation, ReadLearnLive (2020)
Review of A Flag of No Nation, Protocols (2019)
“12 or 20 (second series) questions with Tom Haviv,” Rob Mclennan’s Blog (June 2018)
Interview with Ashley Ford of BRIC TV about Israel.Palestine, Jewish movements, political imagination, Flag of No Nation, and the power of the stories of Mizrahi/Sephardi Jews. (2018)
“10 Poets on National Poetry Month,” CLMP blog (April 2018)
“Poetic License,” Brooklyn College (April 2017)
“English Adjunct Publishes Poetry Book for Next Spring,” The Kingsman (November 2016)
June 28, 2018, Imbala Cafe, Jerusalem
Co-host of discussion on “Imagining Shared Futures,” about imagining ideas for shared futures in Israel/Palestine. Topics include Jacqueline Kahanoff’s work, her concept of Levantism, the political movement A Land for All, and the Hamsa Flag project.
July 2016, Matthew Gallery, NYC
A reading at Matthew Gallery in Manhattan, as a culmination of a week long residency for the KAF Collective sponsored by Montez Press.
March 20, 2016, James Gallery, NYC
The second of Kaf’s gatherings in the James Gallery at CUNY Graduate Center is Tom Haviv’s A Flag of No Nation, a series of performances and installations revolving around a nationless flag and a series of poems based on the writing of Sol LeWitt. This evening’s performance will be a collaborative engagement with the text and flag that will include readings and dance.
With Jules Bakshi, Anaïs Maviel and Öykü Tekten