This feature was started to encourage dialogue among poets and readers. Below are titles of poetry collections as well as URLs for contributors to all our online issues. In the paper magazine this feature included addresses; in a web-based publication this is no longer possible, but messages can be routed through the editors. Also, this page is updatable, so please contact us with additions!
* indicates a page in the "Hexagon Forum" of www.pointandcircumference.com. ** indicates a page in the "Kippat Binah" section of the same site.
Hayim Abramson, Shirat HaNeshamah: Shira letzad mekorot (Song of the Soul: Poetry with Sources), Beit El, 2016.
**Yakov Azriel is the author of Threads from a Coat of Many Colors: Poems on Genesis (2005); In the Shadow of a Burning Bush: Poems on Exodus (2008), Beads for the Messiah's Bride: Poems on Leviticus (2009), and Swimming in Moses' Well (2011), all with Time Being Books.
Mindy Aber Barad, The Land That Fills My Dreams (Bitzaron 2013).
Judy Belsky, Thread of Blue (Targum Press, 2003) (memoir): Avraham and Sultana (forthcoming).
J.E. Bennett has a chapbook, Strange Voices, Other Tongues, 2004.
**Esther Cameron (E. Kam‑Ron, George Richter), The Consciousness of Earth (Multicultural Books, 2004); Fortitude, or The Lost Language of Justice: Poems in Israel's Cause (Bitsaron Books, August 2009); The Impossible Way: Western Art and Jewish Consciousness in the Work of Paul Celan (Lexington Books, 2014), Collected Works (6 vols.), Of the Essence Press 2016.
Tsippy Levin Byron, Lucid Words (Paperwall Media & Publishing, 2013).
Roberta Chester, Light Years (Puckerbush Press, 1983).
Triple Crown (2010), Adrift on a Ruby Yacht (2014).
Heather Dubrow, Forms and Hollows, Cherry Grove
Collections, 2010, Transformation and Repetition (Main-Travelled Roads) , Border Crossings (Parallel Press).
Evelyn Hayes, http://theracheltear.blogspot.co.il/, The Eleventh Plague: Twins, and Their Hearts Were Softened for More, and Other Poetry and Prose (2002); The Twelfth Plague: Generations, Because the Lion Wears Stripes (2003)
George Held, Bleak Splendor (Muddy River Books, 2015) and Phased II (Poets Wear Prada, 2016)
Jane Herschlag, poetryjane.com, photographyjane.com, http://poetryjane.com/poetryjane/Tearing_Off_The_Covers_Video.html (memoir)
Paul Hostovsky’s books include Selected Poems (FutureCycle Press, 2014), Hurt into Beauty (FutureCycle Press, 2012).
Gretti Izak z”l, Orbits (1999), Don’t Come Moon (1999), Between Panes of Glass (2006), Arctic Night (2010), Diary of a Journey (2011), About Jerusalem (2012), Ribs and the Silver Mirror (2014), Marking Time (2014).
Sheila Golburgh Johnson has two books: After I Said No (novella, Fithian Press, 2000) and Shared Sightings: An Anthology of Bird Poems (1995)
Komet z”l, Jerusalem
Out Front, Bethlehem Outback, forthcoming
(Miriam Webber), The Ogdan Nasherei
of Rumi Morkin,
James B. Nicola, Manhattan
Plaza (2014), Stage to Page: Poems from the Theater (Wordtech, 2016), ), Wind in
the Cave (Finishing Line Press, 2017)
Susan Oleferuk, Circling for Home (Finishing Line Press, 2011), Those Who Come to the Garden (Finishing Lines Press, 2013), Days of Sun (forthcoming, Finishing Line Press, 2017).
David Olsen’s works include three chapbooks, Sailing to Atlantis (2013), New World Elegies (2011), and Greatest Hits (2001) and a full-length book, Unfolding Origami, winner of the 2013 Cinnamon Press Poetry Collection Award (March 2015).
Bibhu Padhi is the author of 11 books, the latest of which is Midnight Diary (New Delhi: Authorspress, 2015).
Reizel Polak’s books include Four Entered Pardes (Greville Press Pamphlets, Warwick, UK, 2016); And Where Did We Say We Were Going (Black Jasmine, Sharon, MA, 2015); Among the Red Golden Hills (Black Jasmine, Sharon, MA, 2012).
Ellen Jane Powers, www.ellenjanepowers.com, Toward the Beloved (Finishing Line Press, 2013), Celestial Navigation (WordTech Poetry, 2013).
Zara Raab, www.zararaab.com, Swimming the Eel (2011), The Book of Gretel (Finishing Line Press, 2010)
Gordon Ramel’s poetry collections Naturally Beautiful, The Human Disease, Almost Sane, and Tall Tales, Beautiful Beasts & Peculiar People (For Children and the Young At Heart) are available on Amazon Kindle. His blog is alienenterprises.wordpress.com.
Tony Reevy has three books, Old North, Passage, and Socorro, all published by Iris Press.
Yehudit Reishtein, http://yehuditrose.com/
Mark Rhoads, No Gathering In of This Incense (Kindle, 2015).
Gerard Sarnat, HOMELESS CHRONICLES from Abraham to Burning Man (2010), Disputes (2012), 17s (2014) and Melting The Ice King (2016), all by Pessoa Press.
E.M. Schorb’s numerous works are listed on his website, http://www.emschorb.com.
Steven (Shlomo) Sher, http://www.stevensher.net/. Latest books: The House of Washing Hands (Pecan Grove Press, 2014), Grazing on Stars: Selected Poems (Presa Press, 2012), and The Skipping Stone (Finishing Lines Press, 2011).
Vera Schwarcz, Ancestral Intelligence (Antrim House, 2013), Chisel of Remembrance (Antrim House, 2009), A Scoop of Light (March Street Press, 2000), Fresh Words for a Jaded World, and Selected Poems (Blue Feather Press, 2000). Her prose works include Colors of Veracity: A Quest for Truth in China and Beyond (University of Hawai’I Press, 2014). Other works listed on her website, between2walls.com.
Haim Schneider z"l, Betrachtungen/Reflections: Zweisprachige Gedichte für nachdenkliche Leute/Bilingual Poems for Pensive People .(Gefen, 2010)
Zvi A. Sesling is the author of King of the Jungle, (Ibbetson St., 2010), Across Stones of Bad Dream (Cervana Barva, 2011) and Fire Tongue (forthcoming, Cervena Barva Press, 2012.
Steven Owen Shields, Daimonion Sonata (Birch Brook Press, 2005).
Yaacov David Shulman, Little Psalms (Wings of the Morning Press, 1987), Airport Lights (Createspace, 2017), other collections listed on dotletterword.com.
Michael E. Stone, 74 Shmaryahu Levin St., Jerusalem 96664, Israel. Selected Poems (Cyclamens and Swords Press, 2010). Adamgirk': The Adam Book of Arak'el of Siwnik' (Oxford University Press, 2007); Orange Light: Selected Poems 1996-2016 (Cyclamens and Swords, 2016); Secret Groups in Ancient Judaism (Oxford University Press, w017).
Henry Summerfield, That Myriad-minded Man: a biography of George William Russell, ‘A.E.’ (1867-1935) (Colin Smythe, 1975)
Connie S. Tettenborn, http://home.jps.net/~tetnborn/
Thorvaldsen, Going to Miss Myself When I’m Gone (Kelsay
**Shira Twersky‑Cassel, Shachrur (Blackbird), 1988; HaChayyim HaSodiim shel HaTsipporim (The Secret Life of Birds), Sifriat HaPo'alim, 1995; Yoman Shira BeSulam HaGeulah (A Poet's Diary),Sifrei Bitsaron, 2005; Legends of Wandering and Return, Sifrei Bitzaron 2014.
Lois Michal Unger's books include 'Miscarriage in Vermont', 'The Apple of His Eye', 'White Rain in Jerusalem', 'Tomorrow We Play Beersheva', 'Political Poems', 'The Glass Lies Shattered All Around'.
Catherine Wald, http://www.catherinewald.com/, Distant, Burned-out Stars (Finishing Line Press, 2011).
Sarah Brown Weitzman, Eve and Other Blasphemy, The Forbidden, Never Far from Flesh (poetry); Herman and the Ice Witch ( children’s novel, Main Street Rag).
Rosa Walling-Wefelmeyer, https://rosawallingwefelmeyer.wordpress.com/
Florence Weinberger, Carnal Fragrance (Red Hen Press, 2004), Sacred Graffiti (Tebot Bach, 2010), Breathing Like a Jew (Chicory Blue Press, 1997), The Invisible Telling Its Shape (Fithin Press, 1997).
Sarah Brown Weitzman, Eve and Other Blasphemy, The Forbidden, Never Far from Flesh.
Kelley Jean White’s books include Two Birds in Flames: Poems Inspired by Shaker Themes (Beech River Books, 2010), Living in the Heart (WordTech, 2006).
Carolyn Yale has two self-published chapbooks, Line of Sight (2017) and Night Vision (rev. 2017).