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(Old Testament) wife of Isaac and mother of Jacob and Esau

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Rifkah - who is organizing a memorial celebration in honor of Mrs.
After moving to the Worcester area in the mid 1990's, she became an active member of John Hodgen's poetry workshop, and her work began to appear in literary journals, thanks to the efforts of fellow writer Eve Rifkah.
Local poet Eve Rifkah dropped us a line about the new writing workshop she's running, "Writing Down the Voices," dedicated to writing poetry based on factual events on both a personal and global level.
The Women in Print readings, presented by the Worcester Women's History Project, are always of interest, but the historical bent of this year's presenters - acclaimed local poet Eve Rifkah (pictured), historian and Clark University professor Janette Greenwood, and memoirist and Clark professor Jessica Bane Robert - give this one particular depth.
But Eve Rifkah of Worcester, 62, equates getting a poetry book published with winning the lottery.
Lastly, WPI faculty member Eve Rifkah, founding editor of the literary journal Diner, will read from her poetry collection, "Dear Suzanne," based on the life of impressionist artist Suzanne Valadon, at 6:30 p.
Dara Wier, Eve Rifkah and Ian Williams will be the featured poets for the kickoff event, which will also include an open mic for music, spoken word and dance.