Eli Eliahu (b. 1969) is an Israeli poet based out of Ramat Gan. He has published two highly praised books in Hebrew, I, and Not an Angel (2008) and City and Fears (2011). He is the recipient of the 2014 Levi Eshkol Prime Minister’s Poetry Prize. Aside from writing poetry, he writes for Haaretz on poetry and culture. Most of his work has not been translated into English.
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All winter I didn’t write a poem, and I didn’t remembereven one dream that I dreamt. I left a houseand a wife, rented an apartment, and everything I neededI fo...