Sayed Kashua copyright Dan Porges

Sayed
Kashua

Sayed Kashua is a Palestinian author, screenwriter, and journalist.   Kashua writers in Hebrew and is known for his books and humorous columns in the Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz. Kashua is the author of the essay collection Native: Dispatches from an Israeli-Palestinian Life, and the novels Second Person Singular, winner of the prestigious Berstein Prize; Let It Be Morning, Shortlisted for the international IMPAC Dublin Literary Award; and Dancing Arabs, which was adapted into a film – “A Borrowed Identity”. His most recent novel Track Changes was published in English in 2020. (From Lion House Agency)

Sayed Kashua is a Palestinian author, screenwriter, and journalist.   Kashua writers in Hebrew and is known for his books and humorous columns in the Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz. Kashua is the author of the essay collection Native: Dispatches from an Israeli-Palestinian Life, and the novels Second Person Singular, winner of the prestigious Berstein Prize; Let It Be Morning, Shortlisted for the international IMPAC Dublin Literary Award; and Dancing Arabs, which was adapted into a film – “A Borrowed Identity”. His most recent novel Track Changes was published in English in 2020. (From Lion House Agency)

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