Recent Publications

& Updates: 

 

"Body and Soul, the Poetry of Yehoshua November," a lengthy essay by Liz Rosenberg on November's first two poetry collections, was the cover feature on the April 2022 volume of Hollins Critic.  

New poems appear in CommonwealCider Press ReviewTiferet, Baltimore Review, Kosmos,

and Paterson Literary Review

"2AM, and the Rabbinical Students Stand in Their Bathrobes," a poem from Two World's Exist, was featured and analyzed on On Being Project's Poetry Unbound podcast, Dec. 6, 2021.

Click here to listen.  

A new poem, "On learning, via Facebook, of the divorce of two friends whose marriage I helped orchestrate," 

is featured in Tampa Review  61/62.

A new poem, "Revelation After Cochlear Implant Revision Surgery," is featured in the fall 2021issue of Reflections, the Yale Divinity School journal. 

A new poem, "The Buttonhook," is featured in the July 2021 issue of The Sun. 

Poetry Reading with Alicia Ostriker and Eleanor Wilner,   

November 23, 2020,

JCC of Buffalo

Click here for a Youtube recording of the event.

 

Yehoshua's "Foreword" to 

101 Jewish Poems for the Third Millennium 

featured in Tikkun 

 

Podcast Interview on Two Worlds Exist,

New Books Network,

September, 2020 

"I Leave You This Poem:

A Tribute to Chana Bloch."

Panel with Danusha Lameris, Andrea Hollander,

James Crews, and Rachel Mennies

March 6, 2020 

AWP Conference, San Antonio, Texas

(Postponed to AWP 2021 

in Kansas City, Missouri).

Interfaith Poetry Reading 

with Marie Howe and Leila Chatti

December, 2019

Brooklyn Public Library

Click here for a Youtube recording of the event. 

"There is Only One Story," 

a poem on the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, featured on Chabad.org and in a Poetry International special collection of poems on the spirit.

"Contemporary Poetry and Mystical Intimacy,"

an essay on Chassidic Thought, The Song of Songs, and contemporary poetry, published on the Lehrhaus.  

“Come, My Beloved, to Greet the Bride,”

a personal essay on a 16th Century Kabbalistic poem, featured in Harvard Divinity Bulletin.

A selection of poems from God's Optimism, set to music by composer William Vollinger, received a 2019 American Prize Honorable Mention for Vocal Chamber Music. Click here to listen to the set of songs performed by Lawrence Indik, baritone & Charles Abramovic, piano on Jan. 30, 2019 @ Temple University