Netanyahu wants Israel to be like a Western democracy. But does he know of one that doesn't aspire to be a 'state of all its citizens'?
The late and legendary poet was turned into an ethos but he was not a man of ethos himself- he was a poet of compassion, a rare commodity in an age lacking compassion
Erez Biton talks with a fellow poet about being blind, his experience as a social worker, a chance encounter in Tel Aviv, and the importance of reading aloud.
Grappling with the horrific murder of two children by their father.
'Often I enter a state of conscious writing and then I lose touch with reality,’ says Georgian immigrant poet.
Anat Sharon-Blais talks about her new volume of poetry and how her family's travels in Iran and Nigeria have influenced her work.
Marwan Makhoul, a Palestinian poet living in Israel, writes of his precarious position, perched on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide.