Adi Keissar was born in Jerusalem in 1980, began writing poetry in her 30s, and founded the Israeli movement known as “Ars Poetica” in 2013.
Admiel Kosman is professor of Talmud and rabbinic literature at the School for Jewish Theology at the University of Potsdam and a prolific poet in Hebrew.
Almog Behar was born in Netanya and lives in Jerusalem. He is a scholar, poet, and author in other genres.
Poet, film director, editor at Mashiv Haruach, and director of Beit Avi Chai cultural center in Jerusalem.
Bilingual Hebrew-English print resources and more.
Background information and links to print and audio materials on the poetry of Chana Bloch.
A few links to the work of David Avidan.
A little background and some resources on this “founding father” of Mizrachi poetry.
Maya Bejerano published her first poem in 1970. She is quite prolific in Hebrew, with a 2005 anthology of 424 pages. Little is available in English.
Some basics and links to print and web resources on Israeli poet Orit Gidali.
Here are some basics about Rivka Miriam and her Hebrew poetry.
A few links to the work of Ronny Someck.
Links to visual arts as well as poetry, in Hebrew and translation.
Roy Hasan (b.1983) is a leading figure in the Ars Poetica movement.
Some resources on Shimon Adaf, poet, novelist, and musician.
Vaan Nguyen lives in Jaffa and is a TV actor as well as a poet working on a novel.
Basic information, including print and video links, on Yehuda Amichai and his work.