Rajzel Zychlinsky z"l 1910-2001 a Yiddish famous poet. She was well known for her holocaust poetry and received the Manger prize in 1975 in Israel. She laments in her poetry her murdered family, townspeople of Gombin her shtetl, and the Jewish people in the Holocaust.
Midrashim and piyyutim on The Ten Commandments, humorous and exhortatory, are offered in this new guidebook. It can be ordered in online from http://www.geocities.com/bostonwalks/TCbookorderform.html
It also is available at Kolbo Fine Judaica and Israel Book Shop, both on Harvard Street in Brookline, at Judaica Traditions on Hope Street in Providence RI, and at J. Levine Co. on W. 30th Street and Judaica Treasures on W. 72nd Street in New York City.
Voices Israel holds monthly meetings in haifa, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. We have a monthly newsletter and poetry page, an annual anthology, and an annual poetry competittion- not necessarily on Jewish subjects- withprizes totalling $600. We welcome overseas members as well.
This site gives competition details for poetry in English. The competition is part of the activities of Voices Israel, group meetings in the major towns, with monthly broadsheet. Prizes totalling $600. annually.
Zionism - a poetic history, written by Michael Alan Ross, in context of the 10th Commandment, don't covet. It's part of his larger poetic collection, a personal midrash on our Ten Words, which includes suggestions for struggling with each of the 10 Commandments.