Henry Israeli’s poetry collections include New Messiahs (Four Way Books: 2002), Praying to the Black Cat (Del Sol: 2010), god’s breath hovering across the waters (Four Way Books: 2016), and Our Age of Anxiety (forthcoming in 2019 from White Pine Press). He is the translator of Fresco: the Selected Poetry of Luljeta Lleshanaku (New Directions: 2002), Child of Nature (New Directions: 2010), and Haywire: New and Selected Poems (Bloodaxe, 2011). He has been awarded fellowship grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Canada Council on the Arts, and elsewhere. His poetry and translations have appeared in numerous journals including American Poetry Review, Boston Review, Harvard Review, The Iowa Review, Smartish Pace, Grand Street, The Literary Review, Tin House, Fence, and Verse as well as several anthologies. Henry Israeli is also the founder and editor of Saturnalia Books (www.saturnaliabooks.org). He is Associate Professor of English at Drexel University and Director of the Drexel Writing Festival.
Henry Israeli’s bio is posted on the Poetry Foundation website.
To contact Henry Israeli, please email hisraeli @ aol.com