Maya Bejerano

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Maya Bejerano (born 1949 Kibbutz Elon) is an Israeli poet.[1]

She graduated from Bar-Ilan University with a B.A. in Literature and Philosophy, and from Hebrew University with an M.A. in Library Sciences.[2] She won a 2010 ACUM literary award.[3]

Works[edit]

  • Bat Ya`ana (Ostrich), Achshav, 1978
  • Ha-Hom Ve-Ha-Kor (The Heat and the Cold), Alef, 1981
  • Ibud Netunim 52 (Data Processing 52), Alef, 1983
  • Shirat ha-Tziporim (The Song of the Birds), Achshav, 1985
  • Kol (Voice), Siman Kriah/Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1987
  • Retzef Ha-Shirim 1972-1986 (Selected Poems), Am Oved, 1987
  • Leviatan (Whale), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1990
  • Ha-Simla Ha-Kehula Ve-Sochen Ha-Bituach, (The Blue Dress and the Insurance Agent), stories & play, Keter, 1992
  • Mizmorei Iyov (The Hymns of Job), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1993
  • Ha-Perah Ha-Sakran (The Curious Flower) children, Yaron Golan, 1993
  • Anaseh Laga`at Be-Tabur Bitni (Trying to Touch My Belly Button), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1998
  • Tedarim (Frequencies), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2005
  • Madrich Taiarim Ba-Ir Zara (A Tour Guide in a Foreign City) stories, Carmel, 2007
  • Hitorarti be- Merkazu sel Ha- Alachsun (Waking at the Heart of the Diagonal), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2009

Books in English[edit]

  • The Hymns of Job and Other Poems, Translator Tsipi Keller, Rochester, NY: BOA Editions, 2008, ISBN 978-1-934414-16-3

Anthologies[edit]

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