Yiskah Rosenfeld holds an MFA in poetry from Mills College and an MA in jurisprudence and social policy from UC Berkeley. She is also a proud rabbinical school dropout. Her poems appear in numerous publications such as The Seattle Review, Blue Lyra Review, The Bitter Oleander, Lilith Magazine, Rattle, Glintmoon, decembermagazine, Natural Bridge, and Yentl's Revenge: The Next Wave of Jewish Feminism. Poetry awards include the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award, the Reuben Rose Memorial Prize, and the 2019 Jeff Marks Contest Honorable Mention; her work was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Yiskah has taught poetry at Temple University and the Brandeis Collegiate Institute, served as poet-in-residence on the Arad Arts Project, and launched a creative writing program for youth in underserved communities through the San Francisco Arts Commission. Currently, she balances solo parenting and teaching workshops on spirituality and creativity as an Adult and Family Educator for Congregation B'nai Israel in Vallejo.