Dina Elenbogen

Fiction
Short Story from the Anthology Where We Find Ourslves: Jewish Women around the World Write about Home
Poetry
“...a marvelous first collection. In elegant luminous language Elenbogen evokes the places and people she loves and grieves over.”
--Lynne Sharon Schwartz
Essay
(from Tikkun Magazine Jan./Feb. 2001)

blogs.timesofisrael.com/finding-orit-thirty-years-after-operation-moses/

Works

"A soul-searching memoir...Poetic prose...illuminates important themes of identity." - Kirkus Review


Independence Park: A Fiction
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Praise for Apples of the Earth
"Her leaps of imagination are startling: in one deft instant, she can connect commonplace objects to motions of the spirit and the heart. Her tone is everywhere sure and clear, the voice of a born poet."
--Lynne Sharon Schwartz

"In Apples of the Earth Elenbogen is a poet who lives in several worlds at once... living in Chicago she is also in Jerusalem, living in her home she is also far away in Africa.

She is a poet who can write about love without embarrassment because for her “love survived in the middle of everything.” With these poems love survives for us as well."
--Rodger Kamenetz

Exile: Losing the Motherland
Dina Elenbogen describes how it feels to lose the motherland.

cover art by Ilan Hasson