Riky Cohen

Riky Cohen

  • Israel

Riky Cohen (1969) is an Israeli poet and writer. She writes short fiction and is  co-editor if “Hmusach” ( “The Garage”), a digital literary magazine. Her first book of poems, “A Dirty Pile in Every Room,” was published in 2014. In 2016 she edited “You Were not Born a Woman,” an anthology of poetry and photography on femininity. Her poems and stories appeared in several literary magazines. She edited and produced with Tal Nitzan a series of poetry evenings, music and photography “Poetry at Night”.


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