EDUCATION

Ph.D.

Union Graduate School, Union Institute. Literature. 1979

Doctoral Dissertation:. The Poets in the Poets-In-the Schools: Minneapolis: Minnesota Center for Social Research 1979

M.F.A.

Columbia University, School of the Arts. Creative Writing. 1972

Dodge Fellowship

B.A.

Long Island University, Southampton. Literature. 1970

Editor-in-Chief, The Windmill campus weekly newspaper

TEACHING

Assistant Professor, English

Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 1989-1995

Subjects taught: Creative Writing, English Literature, Literature in Translation, Composition, Business Writing

Assistant Professor, N.Y. Institute of Technology

Greenvale, NY 1987-1889

Subjects taught: Professional Writing, Composition

Assistant Professor, Long Island University

Southampton College 1980-1982

Subjects taught: Creative Writing, Composition

BOOKS

  • Obsessional, Poetry for Performance, New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2017

  • A Hole In the Ocean: A Hamptons' Apprenticeship, New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2016. [A Hole In the Ocean: A Hamptons' Apprenticeship, ebook edition: Myrmaid Press. 2016]

  • Cemetery Chess, Selected and New Poems New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2012

  • Ernesta, in the Style of the Flamenco. New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2010

  • 237 More Reasons to Have Sex (written with Denise Duhamel). Australia: Otoliths. 2008

  • Forty-Nine Guaranteed Ways To Escape Death. New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2007

  • The After-Death History of My Mother. New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2005

  • Between Earth and Sky. New York: Marsh Hawk Press. 2002

  • The Selected Poems of H.R. Hays. Philadelphia: Xlibris Corporation. 2000

  • Firing Back: Power Strategies for Cutting the Best Deal When You’re About to Lose Your Job (with Jodie-Beth Galos). New York: John Wiley & Sons. 1997

  • Endless Staircase, New York: Street Press, 1991

  • From A Chinese Kitchen, Baltimore: The American Cooking Guild. 1985

  • The Poets in the Poets-in-the-Schools Minnesota: Minnesota Center for Social Research, University of Minnesota. 1980

  • Monsters of the Antipodes, New York: Survivors Manual Books, 1980

  • Which Way to the Egress? New York: Garfield Publishers, 1974

  • Earthworks, Southampton: Long Island University, 1970

Sandy McIntosh

Sandy

COMPUTER SOFTWARE

Lost In Literature New York: EastEnd Software Corp. 1994.
Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing! Los Angeles: Electronic Arts (and successors). 1986
The Best of Wok Talk.  Los Angeles: The Software Toolworks, 1984

TRANSLATIONS

Selected Gosho Passages of Nichiren Daishonin (modern English renderings). Tokyo. Nichiren Shoshu: Commemorative Committee, 2015
Basic Terminology of Nichiren Shoshu (modern English renderings). Tokyo.
Nichiren Shoshu: Publication Department, 2009

TELEVISION INTERVIEWS

CANAL +
NHK TV, (Japan)
PBS/FRONTLINE
CHANNEL 4 (UK)
FUJI TV–(Japan)
ASAHI TV– (Japan)
PBS/FRONTLINE
PBS/FRONTLINE
CHANNEL 10 – (Israel)
ZDF Television (Germany)
TV GLOBO (Brazil)
CABLEVISION: IDEAS & IMAGES
CANAL +

http://www.canalplus.fr/ France: "10.7 - Trump", January 15, 2018

NHK TV, (Japan)

Trump World, parts 1 & 2, June 2017

PBS/FRONTLINE

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/, President Trump, January 2017

CHANNEL 4 (UK)

Meet the Trumps, 27 Films Production. January 15, 2017

FUJI TV–(Japan)

November 6, 2016

ASAHI TV– (Japan)

November 6, 2016

PBS/FRONTLINE

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/, President Trump, January 2017

PBS/FRONTLINE

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/, The Choice, September 27, 2016 et al.

CHANNEL 10 – (Israel)

November 6, 2016

ZDF Television (Germany)

November 6, 2016

TV GLOBO (Brazil)

November 6, 2016

CABLEVISION: IDEAS & IMAGES

Five programs interviewing David Ignatow

Interviews with Phillip Lopate, Joachim Neugroschel, R. B. Weber, Joseph Heller, and others.

ESSAYS, JOURNALISM INTERVIEWS & POETRY:

  • “Donald Trump, My Fellow Cadet,” "How young Trump was slapped and punched until he made his bed" New York Daily News, Op-ed, Friday, August 11, 2017

  • “Falling In Love In the Kingdom of Spam,” “Poem by Leonard Cohen, Graffiti by McIntosh,” The Marsh Hawk Review, Spring 2017

  • "The FRONTLINE Interview: Sandy McIntosh." PBS/FRONTLINE, September 27, 2016.

  • "W. H. Auden at Columbia University," The Marsh Hawk Review, Fall 2016

  • "What Would Donald Trump Do To the White House?" The Long Island Press, August 5, 2016

  • "I Showered With Donald Trump At Military School," The Daily Beast, March 28, 2016, [also: Salon http://www.salon.com/2016/03/28/whats_it_like_to_shower_with_trump_a_former_classmate_recalls_donald_trumps_military_school_days/] 3/29/16]

  • "For Artists and Poets, the East End Is No Dead End—Just Another ‘Hole in the Ocean’," Long Island Press, February 8, 2016

  • "Culture of Hazing: Donald Trump, Me and the End of New York Military Academy," Long Island Press, October 5, 2015

  • "John Hall Wheelock: A Brief Return," Marsh Hawk Review, November 2015

  • "Tomas Tranströmer and Robert Bly Translate Each Other's Poems," "Hemingway Completes His Introduction to A Moveable Feast," "The Plagiarist's Heart." Otoliths, November 2015

  • "H.R. Hays: The Theater of Disappointment," Talisman magazine, January 2015

  • "My Hay(Na)Ku (With Handy Pronunciation Guide for Public Performance)," Truck, March 2015

  • "Robert Bly vs. the First Ten Issues of kayak," Galatea Resurrects, November 2014

  • "Military School Thug," Marsh Hawk Review, 2014

  • "Insecurity grows in Post-9/11 Security State," Long Island Press, December 9, 2013

  • "Ravenous," Paterson Literary Review No. 40, Passaic County Community College, 2012-2013

  • "A Lecture from the Bartender at Grand Hotel, Oslo," Red Ochre Lit, 2012

  • "Sestina: Against the Painted Corpse," "Ten Engulfed Cathedrals," Otoliths, 2012

  • "Four Problems of Translation," Marsh Hawk Review, 2012

  • "Reconstruction of a Lost Poem By Armand Schwerner," "Innocence," Barrow Street, Winter 2011-12

  • "237 More Reasons to Have Sex," Barrow Street 10th Anniversary Issue, 2008

  • "A Partial Menu of Dishes Returned to the Kitchen by a Former Girlfriend," Alimentum: the Literature of Food, 2010

  • "from 237 More Reasons to Have Sex," The Best American Poetry, December 6, 2009

  • "Greenfield Cemetery, Uniondale: Cemetery Chess." The New York Times, January 1, 2009

  • "Minute Mysteries," Sentence: A Journal of Prose Poetics No. 7, Firewheel Editions, 2009

  • "Japan," Barrow Street, 2009

  • from "Forty-Nine Guaranteed Ways To Escape Death," Otoliths, 2006

  • "Escape From the Fat Farm," New York: Alimentum: the Literature of Food, 2006

  • “With Ignatow” Sentence: A Journal of Prose Poetics No. 2, Firewheel Editions, 2004

  • "Why English Majors Can't Do Math," Newsday, August 19, 2004

  • “The After-Death History of My Mother,” Sidereality, July-September 2003

  • “Poor Fitz”, “Ignatow Interrupts a Dream,” Tamafyhr Mountain Poetry #16, June 2003.

  • “The Prodigal’s Chair,” “The Hospital Chair,” “The Baseball Sketch,” “My Friend Ignatius,” Muse Apprentice Guild, Spring 2003

  • “The Continuity of Our Vision 1967-2003.” The 365 Project, Day 100. April 2003

  • “Cemetery Chess,” “The Death Chair,” Barrow Street 2003

  • “Gallo’s Paisano,” WinePoetics, February 2003

  • “Private”, “James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus,” Tamafyhr Mountain Poetry #15, March 2003.

  • “Taking Reality Through Its Paces: Filmmaking With Norman Mailer and Ilya Bolotowsky.” Confrontation No. 80/81, Fall 2002/Winter 2003

  • "Harvey Shapiro. How Charlie Shavers Died and Other Poems" Confrontation, 2001

  • “One Man’s Guru Is Another Man’s Fraud, or Worse.” Newsday, October 21, 2001.

  • “Modeling Ferguson” and “Between Earth and Sky.” Confrontation No. 74/75 Spring/Summer 2001

  • "Joseph Heller. Portrait of An Artist As An Old Man," Confrontation No. 72/73 Fall 2000/Winter 2001]

  • “Remembering H.R. Hays.” PoetryBay September 2000

  • “How Should We Remember Vietnam?” Newsday, May 28, 2000.

  • “The Slaughter of the Huns, as presented by the Florida Orchestra.” Northeast Neighborhood News, May 26, 2000

  • “Hamptons Found and Lost: A Memoir with Reviews.” Confrontation No.70/71. Winter/Spring 2000.

  • “Should We Keep SUVs Off the Parkways?” Newsday, December 12, 1999

  • “According to My Mother.” Long Island Quarterly. Autumn 1999.

  • “When You’re About to Lose Your Job.” Disgruntled. Vol. 4, No. 5

  • “Margaret Runyan Castaneda’s A Magical Journey With Carlos Castaneda.” (Book Review) Sustained Action (www.sustainedaction.org). September 1999

  • “Mark J. Plotkin’s Tales of a Shaman’s Apprentice” (Book Review) Sustained Action (www.sustainedaction.org). September 1999

  • “An Interview with Jay Courtney Fikes”; “An Interview with Daniel C. Noel.” Sustained Action (www.sustainedaction.org). September 1999

  • “Bride of the Mall.” Confrontation, No. 68/69. Summer 1999

  • “The Education of Writers in the Next Century.” New York: Confrontation, No. 66/67. November 1998

  • “Is Sexual Harassment on Long Island Starting to Get Out of Control?” (with Jodie-Beth Galos). Newsday, November 28, 1998

  • “David Ignatow: Notes On A Small Song.” Descant 102, Vol. 29, No. 3. Fall 1998.

  • “According To My Mother;” “Three Poems From Dreams.” Descant 102, Vol. 29, No. 3. Fall 1998.

  • “Fond Memories of a Poet-Mentor.” The New York Times. November 30, 1997 [(NYT) 1013 words Late Edition - Final , Section 14LI , Page 25 , Column 1]

  • “Teeth-Staining, Puking Habit.” The Baltimore Sun. August 24,1997

  • “In Cigarettes, Names Are Addictive.” Newsday. August 19, 1997

  • “Calculating How Much You’ll Need After a Job Loss,” (with Jodie-Beth Galos). National Business Employment Weekly. New York: Dow Jones & Co. July 20-26, 1997.

  • “I have A Name, by David Ignatow” Confrontation, No. 60/61,

  • October 1996

  • “Should We Name a Highway After Walt Whitman?” Newsday, October 1996

  • “What’s An Ideal Idyll?” Newsday, May 26, 1996

  • “The New Age Produces Profit and ‘Prophecy’” Ideas essay. Newsday, January 28, 1996, and additional Times Mirror Newspapers

  • "David Ignatow, I Have A Name," Confrontation, No. 60/61, October 1996

  • “Two Dream Poems,” Confrontation No. 58/59

  • “Fair Game: Phillip Lopate and the Personal Essay,””An Impossible Situation.” Confrontation No. 56/57, May 1995

  • “Mrs. Chucklehenny vs. the Horrible Lizard Monster,” Electric Dreams.

  • February 1996

  • “Should Tenure Be Abolished?” Newsday, March 19, 1995.

  • “Could Walt Whitman Teach in A Long Island School Today?” New York Newsday, (L.I.)Newsday September 15, 1994

  • "Beach Plums In Late September," For David Ignatow: An Anthology, Canio's Books, 1994

  • “Does the North Shore Dominate the South?” Newsday, May 22, 1994

  • “Is Joey Buttafuoco A Typical Long Island Guy?” Newsday, March 27, 1994

  • “A Poet Should Live Among People: An Interview with David Ignatow.” Confrontation No. 46/47, September 1991.

  • “A Poet Should Live Among People: An Interview with David Ignatow.” Confrontation 46/47, September 1991.

  • "Albatross," Live Poets, Islip: Live Poets Society, 1991

  • “Zen Arrows From the Collective Unconscious: American Computer Poetry Experiments,” Testuale Critica della Poesia Contemporanea. Milan, 9/88

  • “Poetry is Like Nothing Without the Poet,” Teachers & Writers Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 2, Teachers & Writers Collaborative, Inc, 1981

  • “F.W. Ruckstull vs. the March of Time,” Sunstorm, Vol. 6, No. 5. 1980

  • “The Victims of Poetry,” Sunstorm, Vol. 6, No.4. 1980

  • “Where Is Your Beard?”, “Language Itself,” Preschool Poets Workshop, Alice Prerau Fund, Woodmere, NY

  • “Introduction,” Performance, by Charles Matz, Survivors Manual Books, 1978

  • "My Buzzard Hat," Survivors Manual No. 6, Survivors Manual Books, 1974

  • “Remember,” Decade No. 1, The Windmill, 1972

  • "Girl From Great Neck," "A Fragrance," "Insects Making Love," "Poems," Long Island University Magazine, 1970

  • "The Dynamo," kayak 25 , Kayak Books, Inc., 1971

  • "Intellectual Melonism," Dan's Papers, 1970

  • "America Before the Revolution," The Nation. 1969

  • "Progression For the Burial of General Eisenhower," Chelsea No. 27, 1969

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EDITING, PUBLISHING & GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • 2001- Present: Publisher, New York: Marsh Hawk Press
  • 1993-2000: Long Island University: Managing Editor, Confrontation,
  • 1993: MTV, New York: Viacom Corporation. Technical writing
  • 1980-1984: Editor, Wok Talk, Chinese cooking magazine, Great Neck Newsletter Publishing Associates
  • 1976-1980: Peak Travel and Tours, Inc., travel guide books
  • 1970-1980: Publisher, Survivors Manual Books, New York. Published American and Italian authors in bilingual editions.
  • 1970: Dan's Paper, Editor, Southampton Summer Windmill