Tahel Frosh

Tahel Frosh

  • Israel

Tahel Frosh is a poet, writer, and social activist living in Tel Aviv. She has earned degrees in law and psychology and is currently working on a doctorate in literature. Her first collection of poems, Avarice (where the lyrical story “Richard Nixon, My Mother” appears), was published in 2014 and has received excellent responses. Her poems have appeared in various magazines, newspapers, and anthologies, recited on the radio and on television and translated into numerous languages. Frosh has also co-edited the anthology Unveiling Work (2013), which features short stories and poems that focus on the topic of work.


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