April 17, 2024

Poems from Dybbuk Americana

By Joshua Gottlieb-Miller

"Egypt and Diner" Saul Steinberg, 1969 Watercolor, ink, paint, ink stamps, graphite, crayon, and gouache on paper 28 3/4 * 23 in. (73 * 58.4 cm)

The Harvest Festival

The Sabbath Approaches

Great Mystics,

Gloss

“The Spiral” Saul Steinberg, 1966
Ink on paper
19 × 25 1/4 in. (48.3 × 64.1 cm)

Joshua Gottlieb-Miller (Houston, TX) is the author of The Art of Bagging (2023), which won Conduit’s Marystina Santiestevan First Book Prize. His poetry, essays, scholarship, hybrid, and multimedia writing has also been published in Brooklyn RailImagePoet Lore, Pleiades, and Breaking the Glass: A Contemporary Jewish Poetry Anthology, among other venues, and previously he served as Digital Nonfiction Editor and Poetry Editor at Gulf Coast. He has been awarded support from the University of Houston, Yiddish Book Center, MacDowell Colony, Yetzirah, and elsewhere. These poems are forthcoming from Dybbuk Americana, from Wesleyan University Press.