What happens when prominent authors and poets replace staff reporters at a renowned newspaper? At Israel's oldest Hebrew daily, Haaretz, it meant the weather report emerged as a sonnet, and the stock market report, covered by children's book author Avri Herling, played out this way:
“Everything’s okay. Everything’s like usual. Yesterday trading ended. Everything’s okay. The economists went to their homes, the laundry is drying on the lines, dinners are waiting in place… "
This might be my favorite literary experiment of all time.