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“A poet from Beersheva discusses her sense of love and loss for the Negev and the reactions of Americans and Israelis to her poignant writings. Tune in for an interview with Ashira Malka as she recites desert poetry and talks about her inspiration.”
“Ashira Malka is a great friend of humanity.”
"Two of the performance pieces demanded audience participation, and the audience members fully accepted their role. In the first of the two, called "Ashira's Nameless Piece," cards and stickers were passed out to the audience, and after a line of poetry was given by poet Ashira Malka, the audience responded with words and phrases from their prompts as musicians and dancers responded to the audience."