Yocheved Bat-Miriam (Hebrew: יוכבד בת-מרים) (born 1901 in Russia – 7 January 1980 in Israel) was an Israeli poet. She is unusual among Hebrew poets in expressing nostalgia for the landscapes of the country of her birth. Yocheved migrated to British Palestine, later to be called Israel, in 1928. Her first book of poetry, Merahok ("From a distance") was published in 1929. In 1948, her son from her second marriage to writer Haim Hazaz died in the Israeli War of Independence.
- In 1963, Bat-Miriam was awarded the Brenner Prize for literature.
- In 1964, Bat-Miriam was awarded the Bialik Prize for literature.
- In 1972, she was awarded the Israel Prize, for literature.
- Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Yocheved Bat-Miriam – Curriculum Vitae
- "Conversation with Member of Hebrew Writers Association (in Hebrew)". Davar Newspaper, 17 December 1963
- "List of Bialik Prize recipients 1933-2004 (in Hebrew), Tel Aviv Municipality website".
- "Israel Prize Official Site - Recipients in 1972 (in Hebrew)".
- The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself, 2nd new edition, by Stanley Burnshaw, T. Carmi, Susan Glassman, Ariel Hirschfield and Ezra Spicehandler (editors), published 31 March 2002, ISBN 0-8143-2485-1.
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