Margot Lurie

Golden Apples

Meet Hyam Plutzik, the poet who wrote a major work—and then disappeared.

The Poet Goes to War

Poet Eliaz Cohen is a Religious Zionist who lives with his family on a kibbutz in the southern West Bank. And thereby hangs a tale.

Minyan 2.0

The next big thing in prayer.

I, Terrorist

Whither the great anti-American novel?

Poems Like Mountains


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