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“[November] allows a radiant spiritual light to shine through deeply human fissures.”
–THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Yehoshua November is the author of God's Optimism (a finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize) and Two Worlds Exist (a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award and Paterson Poetry Prize).
"Yehoshua November integrates his Orthodox Judaism with the everyday, through poems of radical clarity. Throughout his work, he shows that religious faith can be compatible with a poetry of deep, uncertain feeling."
--MATTHEW ZAPRUDER, THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE
Click here to listen to an episode of Poetry Unbound featuring November's poetry.
A reading at the Brooklyn Public Library
with Yehoshua November,
Marie Howe, and Leila Chatti:
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