Yael Globerman 
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שוב hebrejščina

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גרפיטי hebrejščina

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תמונות מחיי נישואים hebrejščina

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2. את hebrejščina

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פרספונה עכשיו יודעת Now Persephone Knows hebrejščina

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המאהבת hebrejščina

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מתוך: הזוג hebrejščina

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חילול, השם hebrejščina

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Yael Globerman 
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* 04.05.1959, Tel Aviv, Izrael
živi v: Tel Aviv, Izrael

Yael Globerman [יעל גלוברמן]

was born in Tel Aviv to Holocaust survivor parents that came to Israel from Poland. Yael Globerman is the author of the novel Shaking the Tree (1996) and numerous short stories. Her debut book of poems, Alibi, was published by Helicon Press in 2000 and received the ACUM Award for Poetry and the PAIS Award. Her new poetry book, Same River Twice, was published in 2007 to great acclaim. She was awarded a Fulbright fellowhip in 2008.

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She studied film at Tel Aviv University and has co-written a number of scripts and a play. She lives in Tel Aviv, teaches poetry workshops in the Creative Writing Programs at Haifa University and at Oranim College and serves on the editorial board of Helicon poetry journal.

Globerman translates a wide range of poetry from the English language such as W.H. Auden and Ann Sexton.

Her poems were translated to over ten languages and have been published in anthologies and magazines in Israel and abroad.

Objave
  • Same River Twice

    Helicon Press, 2007

  • Shaking The Tree

    Kineret Press, 1996

  • Alibi

    Helicon Press, 2000

  • Higher and Lower

    Helicon Press, 2006

Nagrade
  • 2000 ACUM Award for Poetry

  • 2002 The PAIS National Poetry Award

  • 2002 Hawthornden Castle Fellowship

  • 2006 Shira Al Haderech Award for Poetry

  • 2008 Fulbright fellowhip

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