Hey, thanks for visiting my website!

Almost all my writing is in Hebrew, and so is most of this site. In short: I'm a poet, living in Mitzpe Ramon. That's a town in the Negev desert in southern Israel, overlooking Makhtesh Ramon, which is a crater of sorts. So far I have published three books of poetry, again – in Hebrew. In addition, I am also a dilettante musician, and have had the good fortune of playing in Pissuk Rachav and in Ravid Zigdon's Ether.

Besides Hebrew poetry, I have also published a couple of things in English:

My contribution to A Lair of Withered Grass and Shrubs, an AADK Press publication.

I've had the good fortune of having some of my poems translated by poet, playwright, editor, anything really art-wise Alexandra Zelman-Doring. Here is an example: Three Breakers. A couple of poems were published in the Saint Ann Saint Review together with this interview by the aforementioned AZD.

On the website are some photos taken by Undine Sommer, as well as artwork by Avshalom Suliman.

Saar Yachin