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   Michal  Mahgerefteh

                                 
                       Poetry and Art
                                                                                                      

About Michal Mahgerefteh 

Michal (Mitak) Mahgerefteh is an Israeli-American poet and artist, living in (Norfolk - Alexandria) Virginia, since 1986. Her poetry has been published in many literary magazines, recent publications: Dashboard Horus Blog (2022)Al-Khemia Poetica (2022), Featured Poet by The Poet Magazine (England-2022), Medical Literary Messenger (Virginia Commonwealth University, 2022), Mindful Magazine (England-2022), Soul-Lit: A Journal of Spiritual Poetry (2021), The Poet Magazine (England-2021), Grey Thoughts Magazine (2021), Medicine and Meaning Magazine (University of Arkansas Medical Press, 2021), Global Voices Group Newsletter (Israel-2021), The Jewish Writing Project (2021)ARC Magazine (Israel-2021), Verbal 2 Exhibit: Artists and Poets Collaboration (2021), Club Plum Journal (2021), Agape Review (2021), The Wild Word Magazine (2021), Eve Anthology (2021), Edify Fiction Magazine (2021), Baruch Literary Blog (2021), among others. Michal is the managing editor of Poetica Magazine and Miriam Rachimi Poetry Prize. She is the author of four poetry chapbooks: In My Bustan (2009); What's Left Behind (2014); Field of Harps (2016); Sipping Memories (2018). Forthcoming collections: The Rising Song (2022) and FishMoon (2022). Michal is an active member of Women Who Write and Submit, The Poetry Society of Virginia, The Muse Writers Center, Chesapeake Bay Artist Association, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Voices Israel Global Writers Group, among others.  In her free time, Michal enjoys bike riding, hiking, visits to botanical gardens, cooking for her family, world travel, and making art using 100% recycled material.