Shimon Adaf Wins Israel’s Sapir Prize

Author Shimon Adaf won Israel's Sapir Prize last night. The prize, modelled after the British Booker Prize, is worth £30,000 and is considered Israel's premier literary award. The winning novel, Mox Nox, tells the parallel stories of a boy coming of age in difficult upbringing, and of the man he had become, a young author, and... Continue Reading →


Hebrew Novel by Shimon Adaf Sells to PS Publishing for 2012 Release

From PS Publishing: As if it wasn't enough that he's graced us with a couple of mightily fine short stories, two of the best novellas we've ever done (in Cloud Permutations and Gorel and the Pot-bellied God) and, with the forthcoming Osama, a gobsmackingly superb novel, Lavie Tidhar dropped us a line out of the... Continue Reading →

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