A great Yiddish poet’s past and future.
Post-Holocaust towns populated by biblical ghosts.
“Lava its seeds. Atoms/ Fermented forth primevally.”
H. Leyvik’s masterpiece.
Marion and Celia Moss, poets “of the Hebrew nation.”
Of refugees and pigeons.
Shem Tov of Carrión.
Young trees covered in snow, . . . charmingly disturbing,
Raḥel will be read, sung, and recited long after many excellent Hebrew poets of her age, men and women alike, have been confined within classroom walls.
Wit, exile, Jew, convert, genius.
Remembering Isaac Rosenberg.
What rhymes with Ahasuerus?