Zvi Atzmon

Zvi Atzmon was born in 1948 in Givat Shmuel, Israel. He graduated with honors in biochemistry and physiology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and teaches life sciences at the David Yellin College in Jerusalem. Atzmon published his first poems in 1979. He has edited several scientific Hebrew publications as well as Moznayim, the journal of the Israel Writers Association. He has received several prizes, including the ACUM Prize (1980, 1983, 1986) and the Kugel Prize (1991).









Books Published in Hebrew

Interior Decoration (poetry), Hakkibutz Hameuchad, 1981 [Itzuv Pnim]
To Prepare (poetry), Eked, 1983 [Hachana Le-Bagrut]
Nape (poetry), Hakkibutz Hameuchad, 1986 [Oref] 
Substitute (poetry), Hakkibutz Hameuchad, 1989 [Tachlif]
The Fifth Book of Poems, Sifriat Hapoalim, 1990 [Me'orav Yerushalmy Ve-Shirim Acherim]
Cortext (poetry), Carmel, 1993 [Cortext]
Font, Her Body (poetry), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2000 [Gufan]
Mysteries of the Human Brain (non-fiction), Mapa, 2003 [Guf Ha-Nefesh: Nifla'ot Mo'ach Ha-Adam]
Wallenberg Apocrypha (poetry), Aryeh Nir, 2006 [Efekt Vallenberg, Tehilim Kof Nun Alef: Shirim Ve-Rishumey-Milim]
Smooth Portion: Selected Poems, Keshev, 2011 [Chelkat]
Sandy, Not Blue (poetry), Keshev, 2014, 2014 [Ka-Chol, Lo Kachol]     











































































                   
Zvi Atzmon

Books Published in Hebrew

Books in Translation