Zali Gurevitch

Zali Gurevitch was born in 1949 in California, and arrived in Israel with his parents as an infant. A poet and an essayist, he began publishing poetry in 1967. Gurevitch has a PhD from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where he taught in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. He is now Proffesor Emeritus. Gurevitch has translated John Ashbery's poetry. Among is awards: the Kugel Prize (2004). He lieves in Tel Aviv.            









Books Published in Hebrew
POETRY
Excerpts from an Open Dream: Poems 1976-1979, Achshav, 1980 [Kta'im Me-Chalom Patuach: Shirim 1976-1979]
Broken Line, Keter, 1984 [Shura Psuka]
Land, Am Oved, 1989 [Yabasha]            
The Book of the Voice, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1990 [Hevel]
This and That, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1996 [Ha Ve-Da: Ha-Chaya Ha-Yechida]
The Book of the Moon, Helicon, Tag, 1999 [Sefer Ha-Yare'ach]
Days, Am Oved, 2002 [Yom Yom]
Time Baba, Am Oved, 2005 [Zman Baba]
Double Click, Am Oved, 2008 [Dubl Klik]
Verses, Helicon, Modan, 2012 [Psukim]

NON-FICTION
On Israeli and Jewish Place, Am Oved, 2007 [Al Ha-Makom]
Kohelet's Account, Babel, 2008 [Cheshbono Shel Kohelet]
Conversation, Babel, 2011 [Sicha]
The Sound of Love: On Erotic Language in the Song of Songs, Babel, 2013 [Kol Dodim: Al Leshon Ha-Ahava Shel Shir Ha-Shirim]           
































































Zali Gurevitch

Books Published in Hebrew

Books in Translation