Essays

The Uses – and Uselessness – of Poetry,”
review of What Use Is Poetry, The Poet Is Asking,
by Rachel Tzvia Back,
World Literature Today, 2019

Poetry or Prose: Writing and Motherhood,”
Literary Mama, 2018

Dynamic Dialogue:
Translating with Gili Haimovich,”
World Literature Today, 2017

The Rumpus Interview With Marge Piercy,”
The Rumpus, 2015

The Rumpus Interview With Tomas Q. Morin,”
The Rumpus, 2015

Tuvia Ruebner and Why Translation Matters,”
Marginalia, 2015

Truth in the Poetry of Chana Bloch,”
Los Angeles Review of Books, 2015

Mostly, She Practices Falling:
Landscape With Plywood Silhouettes
by Kerrin McCadden,”

The Common, 2015

Finding Muriel, ” Poet Lore, 2014
Republished in “Muriel Rukeyser, A Living Archive,”
Eastern Michigan University

No One’s Mother Tongue:
Writing in English in Israel,”
Recours au Poeme, 2014

Teaching Walt Whitman in Tel Aviv,”
Los Angeles Review of Books, 2012

Besieged by Grief: Rachel Tzvia Back’s
A Messenger Comes,” Jacket2, 2012

 

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