Yona Wallach: Profile of a Pioneering Hebrew Poet

How did the life of a Catholic mystic become the inspiration for poetry by a secular Jew?

By Ruth Kartun-Blum

Open, Closed, Open

Open-Closed-Open.jpgA modern Israeli poet ruminates on the complexities of life, loss, and belief.

Poems by Yehuda Amichai
Translated by Chana Bloch and Chana Kronfeld

The Touch of Leah's Hands
Kadya Molodowsky's amazing
modern poetry. 

By Naomi Seidman

The power of women, the blending of cultures,
and the rebuke of tradition: Three Poems 
A glimpse into the world of Mizrahi Jews,
the experiences of Jewish women of Arab lands,
and a secular Jewish identity.

By Ruth Knafo Setton


Secular Literary Representations
in Judeo-Persian
A survey of Iranian Jewry's rich
literary history.

By Dalia Yasharpour


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