Poetry

Xenotheque 2020: Multilingual Poetry Festival Goes Virtual

Watch live on Be'chol Lashon's Facebook page on Friday, May 1 at 3:00 PM EST.

From Germany to Gabon: The Poetry of Jewish Experience

Jews from around the world participate in unique community event

When Black History Month and Torah Come Together

A Black-Jewish poet pens Torah-inspired reflections for Black History Month.

Winter Poems As We Celebrate at Hanukkah

Inspired by her multicultural heritage, poet celebrates winter

Youth Poet-Laureate Embraces Creole and Jewish Heritage

Poetry is power for Jewish biracial teen activist.

Preparing for Passover with Poetry and Dance

Poetry and dance to share and inspire at your Passover seder.

The Vagina Monologues Frummed Out

Among many other exciting offerings at the JOFA conference evening of the arts, we’re excited to host Monologues from the ...

A Timely Poetic Discovery

We live in exciting times – but also trying times. Over the last year, in particular, I have observed and ...

Drawn to the Light

One of my favorite poets, a slam poet named Vanessa Hidary, asks, in one of her remarkable pieces in which ...

Southern Jewish Voices: “Faithful Journey”

Today’s blog post is from Doug Smith, a member of one of the ISJL’s partner congregations, Temple Israel in Columbus, Georgia. ...