Rachelly (Chelly) Abraham-Eitan has published nine books of poetry, two literary research studies and children book. Abraham-Eitan holds a PhD from Bar-Ilan University and won the Literature Department Prize for her doctoral dissertation. Rachelly has received several honorary certificates and honorary doctorates from the International Academy of Art and the World Congress of Poetry.
Her poems and reviews have been published in many literary magazines and have been translated into several languages. Since 2003 she has received invitations to lecture in venues around Israel on various topics related to culture and literature. She is a participant in the Ministry of Education’s Guest Author project and is a member of the Sal Tarbut organization. Her books have won prestigious prizes. She has been awarded 2nd place at the 2016 36th World Congress of Poets and 1st place at the World Congress of Poets 38th, Oct. 2018 in China. She won the Prime Minister’s 2017 Award for Poetry. In 2005 she established the Modi’in Writers' House Association and serves as its chairwoman until today. Since 2008 she has edited and produced the literary magazine, Shvilim.
Comments on Eitan’s work:
Prof. Nurit Govrin: This book is another step in the development of Chelly Abraham-Eitan’s work.
The poems are self-revelatory and daring, and the book reveals the power of her poetry and her burning desire "to touch the multitudes”.
Prof. Ziva Shamir: We have before us a talented poet who controls the tools of expression and uses them
to open up new horizons. Her ars poetica works reveal her ability to build new structures on the foundations of ancient buildings.
Prof. Miron Izakson: Rachelly Avraham-Eitan is a poet who touches my heart.
The soundness and vividness of her poems transform the reader into a part of her family, drawing us into in events,
difficulties and embraces, struggles and loyalties.
Dr. Lilian Debbie Gouri: The poetry of Rachelly Abraham-Eitan is powerful and captivating,
full of tenderness that stems from ability, but also attention to the smallest detail.
The vicissitudes of her personal life are anchored in the shifting reality of Israel through the generations.
Prof. Ernesto Kahan:
The authentic poetry of Rachelly Avraham-Eitanstems from a rich emotional world
and has a truly magnetic quality. For this reason among others, I took upon myself to translateher poems into Spanish.
In addition to holding a PhD from Bar-Ilan University, Rachelly has received several honorary certificates
and honorary doctorates from the International Academy of Art and the World Congress of Poetry.
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