Thursday, July 9, 2015

Rami Saari

Rami Saari (1963) is an Israeli poet, translator, linguist and literary critic.
Saari studied Semitic and Uralic languages at the Universities of Helsinki, Budapest and Jerusalem. He did his PhD in linguistics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The author has published eight of his own poetry books and translated several dozen books of prose and poetry, from Albanian, Catalan, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Portuguese and Spanish. In 2002-2006, Saari was the national editor of the Israeli pages of the Poetry International website. Saari has won several Israeli literature awards.


  1. WOW...this guy has one ugly face! I would NOT want to meet this man in an alley late at night after a burlesque show featuring Zambaba!!

  2. The above post is stupid and has no place here. Stay on topic and stay out of alleys late at night.