israel in translation

Verses from a Christian Arab village on the frontier – Israel in Translation

Host Marcela Sulak takes us to the Christian Arab village of Fassuta, on the north-western slope of Mount Meron, to discover the work of Nidaa Khoury.

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An inexpugnable first impression – Israel in Translation

Host Marcela Sulak reads from one of her favorite short stories in the ‘Tel Aviv Noir’ anthology – ‘Women,’ written by Matan Hermoni.

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A Tel Aviv beach in winter – Israel in Translation

There’s still time to visit a Tel Aviv beach this winter. To get you in the mood host Marcela Sulak reads Rachel Chalifi’s poem ‘Tel Aviv Beach Winter ’74.’

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Songs of Sderot – Israel in Translation

Born in Sderot, the ‘bomb shelter capital of the world,’ to parents of Moroccan origin, Shimon Adaf has written five novels and three collections of poetry.

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“Blessed be He who made me woman” – Israel in Translation

Host Marcela Sulak looks at the poetry of Shin Shifra, which is steeped in Orthodox religious practice but also portrays a feminine and feminist focus.

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The Cloudy Skies of Tuvia Ruebner

Tuvia Ruebner’s poems are full of clouds in Rachel Tzvia Back’s wonderful new translation of his selected poems, ‘In the Illuminated Dark.’

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