Author: Amir Or

Amir Or is a leading Israeli poet, novelist and essayist. He is the recipient of numerous Israeli and international poetry awards, including the Pleiades Tribute of the Struga Poetry Festival for having made "a signi cant contribution to modern world poetry," the Fulbright Award for Writers, the Bernstein Prize, the Levi Eshkol Prime Minister's Poetry Prize, the Oeneumi Literary Prize of the Tetovo Poetry Festival, the Struga Wine Poetry Prize, the Stefan Mitrov Ljubisša International Award from The Budva City Theater, the European Atlas of Lyrics Prize, and the World Through Poetry Award of the Blue Met Montreal "for the exceptional depth and quality of his poetry." He also has been awarded prestigious fellowships from the University of Iowa, the Jewish-Hebrew Centre of the University of Oxford, Fondacioón Valparaiso Spain, Hawthornden Castle Scotland, and the Irish Heinrich Boöll Foundation, among others. His poetry has been translated into more than forty-five languages, and he has given readings and lectures in dozens of festivals and conferences worldwide. WINGS comprises his first full-length volume in U.S. English. He lives in Tel Aviv, where he founded the Sha'ar International Poetry Festival and served as its Artistic Director. He is also a founding member of the World Poetry Movement and of the European Association of Writing Programs, and he is National Coordinator for the U.N.-sponsored venture "Poets for Peace."

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Sagging Meniscus Press

Poetry. Jewish Studies. Middle Eastern Studies. Religion & Spirituality. In WINGS, Israeli poet Amir Or's thirteenth book of poetry, transcendence is not a flight from the concrete intimacy of history and experience, but an opening within it, an int...

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