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Mid-week Musing

Quote for the Week From Rich Michelson’s More Money Than God: Excerpt from “Another Holocaust Poem” VI. Burn everything after I’m dead, Kafka said, poking his prewar / Jewish head into yet one more of my poems. He’s trying to … Continue reading

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Poet’s Notebook | Richard Michelson

In honor of National Poetry Month, we continue in our series of interviews with poets of Jewish content. This week The Whole Megillah talks to prolific author and poet, Rich Michelson. The Whole Megillah (TWM): How do you get your … Continue reading

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Author’s Notebook | Richard Michelson, The Language of Angels

The Language of Angels: A Story about the Reinvention of Hebrew Written by Richard Michelson and illustrated by Karla Gudeon (Charlesbridge, 2017) The Whole Megillah (TWM): What got you interested in writing about the invention of modern Hebrew? I see you … Continue reading

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Poet’s Notebook | Rich Michelson, Northampton Poet Laureate

Award-winning poet and children’s book author Rich Michelson was featured in The Whole Megillah‘s first interview. When Rich was named the Poet Laureate for Northampton, Mass., it provided an opportunity to catch up with him about this latest accomplishment. The … Continue reading

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Author’s Notebook | Rich Michelson

Each month, The Whole Megillah features an interview with an author of Jewish-themed children’s books. For May 2010’s Author’s Notebook debut, we reached out to award-winning author Rich Michelson of Massachusetts. The Whole Megillah (TWM): When did you first realize … Continue reading

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