5 Poems by Susan Afterman
by Susan Afterman and Linda Stern Zisquit
May 9, 2021

“Also my mother and also me / it turns out / were pregnant // and we miscarried on the same day”

Dirty Laundry
by Anat Hinkis-Atzmon and Omer Berkman
April 27, 2021

“I would have given anything to save him. You, I can’t save.”

HaShoah thru Poetry
by Mindy Aber Barad, Helen Bar-Lev, Joanna Chen, Micha Danziger, Wendy Dickstein, Sari Ellen, Judith Fineberg, Larry Lefkowitz, Diti Ronen, Jacqueline Schaalje, Yael Unterman.
April 8, 2021

“Go, go to Auschwitz. / Maybe you’ll get a few poems out of it. “

Watermelon Ultrasound
by Nir Hezroni and Josh Friedlander
January 31, 2021

“What kind of vaccines do you give a baby that came from a watermelon?”

Delicate as a Photon Shower
by Abraham Kritzman and Lonnie Monka
April 30, 2018

“This is the moment, this is exactly the moment that the sun can touch – to meet a body inside a house, inside a bathroom, a place where people become most human.”