Dara Barnat

Dara Barnat's poetry appears widely in journals in the United States and Israel. She is the author of the chapbook Headwind Migration (2009), as well as translations and essays. Dara holds a PhD from the School of Cultural Studies at Tel Aviv University, and her research explores Walt Whitman's influence on Jewish American Poetry. Dara teaches poetry and creative writing. She lives in Tel Aviv and New York City. http://darabarnat.com/  


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Truth in the Poetry of Chana Bloch

"Time and time again, Bloch teaches us to questions even the strictest truths given to us by authorities in religion and society."...


The Gaza Poetry Roundtable: Part III
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