ToC: World Literature Today 89.3-4 (2015); special section: New Voices in Contemporary Hebrew Literature

Cohen, Jessica, Adriana X. Jacobs, and Adam Rovner, eds. World Literature Today 89.3-4 (2015). Special Section: New Hebrew Writing

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Prose, Poetry, and the Heresy of Normalcy: New Voices in Contemporary Hebrew Literature (pp. 60-63)
Jessica Cohen , Adriana X. Jacobs and Adam Rovner

Alas, Baghdad Sits Solitary (pp. 64-65)
Almog Behar and Translated by Lisa Katz

Rock, Paper (pp. 66-72)
Tomer Gardi and Translated by Jessica Cohen

To Jaffa (pp. 73-75)
Ayman Sikseck and Translated by Evan Fallenberg

Four Poems (pp. 76-77)
Mei-Tal Nadler and Translated by Rachel Tzvia Back

Helping Young Writers Find Their Voice: A Conversation with Dory Manor (pp. 78-81)
Adriana X. Jacobs, Translated by Adam Rovner and Adriana X. Jacobs

Nine Fictions (pp. 82-83)
Daniel Oz and Translated by Jessica Cohen

Screw You, Zamenhof (pp. 84-85)
Yiftach Ashkenazi and Translated by Adam Rovner

Book Week (p. 86)
Raveh Sagie and Translated by Daniella Zamir

Four Poems (p. 87)
Yaakov Biton and Translated by Yosefa Raz and Translated by Shaul Setter

Three Poems (pp. 88-89)
Tahel Frosh and Translated by Adriana X. Jacobs

The Sounds of Memory in Writing: A Conversation with Ronit Matalon (pp. 90-93)
Dinah Assouline Stillman and Translated by Dinah Assouline Stillman

Five Poems (pp. 94-95)
Saar Yachin and Translated by Alexandra Zelman-Doring

Mosquito (pp. 96-98)
Roy Chen and Translated by Jessica Cohen

Master of the Short Story (an excerpt) (pp. 99-101)
Maya Arad and Translated by Jessica Cohen

Readers’ Reports (pp. 102-105)
Yael Neeman and Translated by Jessica Cohen

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