Enough 'crybaby’ poetry, says Georgian-born rebel writer
'Often I enter a state of conscious writing and then I lose touch with reality,’ says Georgian immigrant poet.
“I don’t like our women poets,” says poet Lali Tsipi Michaeli. “I don’t connect with the essence of their writing. Israeli women poets are too gentle. Rahel, Leah Goldberg, Dahlia Ravikovitch − all of them toe the line. They’re too submissive. I don’t like that.
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