Faith, Fiction, Friends
Talking about faith, fiction, poetry and occasionally work
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Poetry for Isaac and Ishmael
What does poetry have to say to Isaac and Ishmael, Jew and Palestinian? More than one might expect. Certainly more than I expected.
Poet Elana Bell has taught poetry to educators, prisoners, and high school students. Some of those students are in New York City, where Bell is writer-in-residence at the Bronx Academy of Letters.
Others live in Israel.
And it all comes together in Eyes, Stones: Poems.
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