Jonathan is an award-winning poet, playwright and prose writer. His genre-bending work bridges the personal and the political, and is often inspired by his travels to far-flung, dangerous places, with an eye toward the humourous and absurd. He is the author of the book of poetry   Glass Psalms.   His plays have been produced across Canada and Germany and include   The Trials of John Demjanjuk: A Holocaust Cabaret,   and the 2011 Governor General's nominated   House of Many Tongues  . His award winning non-fiction has appeared in Walrus, Tablet, PEN International, 18 Bridges and the Globe and Mail, as well as  Cabin Fever: An Anthology of the Best New Canadian Non-Fiction . His memoir   Ambivalence: Crossing the Israel/Palestine Divide,   was published to critical acclaim in five countries. In March 2016 his theatrical adaptation of the novel   Cockroach   by Rawi Hage will premiere in Calgary at Alberta Theatre Projects. Jonathan teaches creative writing at the National Theatre School of Canada.
       
     
  Jonathan is an award-winning poet, playwright and prose writer. His genre-bending work bridges the personal and the political, and is often inspired by his travels to far-flung, dangerous places, with an eye toward the humourous and absurd. He is the author of the book of poetry   Glass Psalms.   His plays have been produced across Canada and Germany and include   The Trials of John Demjanjuk: A Holocaust Cabaret,   and the 2011 Governor General's nominated   House of Many Tongues  . His award winning non-fiction has appeared in Walrus, Tablet, PEN International, 18 Bridges and the Globe and Mail, as well as  Cabin Fever: An Anthology of the Best New Canadian Non-Fiction . His memoir   Ambivalence: Crossing the Israel/Palestine Divide,   was published to critical acclaim in five countries. In March 2016 his theatrical adaptation of the novel   Cockroach   by Rawi Hage will premiere in Calgary at Alberta Theatre Projects. Jonathan teaches creative writing at the National Theatre School of Canada.
       
     

Jonathan is an award-winning poet, playwright and prose writer. His genre-bending work bridges the personal and the political, and is often inspired by his travels to far-flung, dangerous places, with an eye toward the humourous and absurd. He is the author of the book of poetry Glass Psalms. His plays have been produced across Canada and Germany and include The Trials of John Demjanjuk: A Holocaust Cabaret, and the 2011 Governor General's nominated House of Many Tongues. His award winning non-fiction has appeared in Walrus, Tablet, PEN International, 18 Bridges and the Globe and Mail, as well as Cabin Fever: An Anthology of the Best New Canadian Non-Fiction. His memoir Ambivalence: Crossing the Israel/Palestine Divide, was published to critical acclaim in five countries. In March 2016 his theatrical adaptation of the novel Cockroach by Rawi Hage will premiere in Calgary at Alberta Theatre Projects. Jonathan teaches creative writing at the National Theatre School of Canada.