"In tight-knit language, matter of fact yet deeply lyrical, Bell examines Israeli-Palestinian tensions by telling stories of the Jews who “named the land in blood and ink” and of Palestinians who’ve long tilled the same land to bursting."
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Living on That Land: A Conversation with Elana Bell part of our Emerging Poets Interview Series.
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Renowned poet Fanny Howe discusses Elana's book, Eyes, Stones.
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Elana Bell on the Whitman Award.
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PBS: Poem from Eyes, Stones featured on the PBS news hour.
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Poets In Unexpected Places featured in the New York Times.
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