Dan Armon was born in Jerusalem in 1948 and currently resides in Tel Aviv. He studied Hebrew literature and theater at the Hebrew University.
Armon teaches a method of psychophysical development called the Alexander Technique. His first book of poetry, published in 1977, was followed by several additional volumes. Armon has been awarded the Prime Minister's Prize (1998) and he Pinski Prize for Theater (1999).
Books Published in Hebrew
By the Field (poetry), University Publishing Projects/ Siman Kriah, 1977 [Leyad Ha-Sade: Shirim 1972-1976]
Nearly Dialogue (poetry), Hakibutz Hameuchad, 1981 [Kim'at Sicha: Shirim 1976-1979]
Duration (poetry), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1986 [Meshech Ha-Zman]
Footprints (poetry), Am Oved, 1989 [Ikvot: Shirim 1982-1986]
A Stone (poetry), Bitan, 1995 [Even]
Leaves (poetry), Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1999 [Alim: Shirim]
Movements (poetry), Keshev, 2016 [Tnu'ot]