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Author Etgar Keret's 'A Fault at the Edge of the Galaxy' wins Sapir Prize

Keret beat out the other four finalists on the shortlist for the prize, including Meirav Naker-Sadi, Yael Neeman, Ala Hlehel and Nir Baram.

21/01/2019
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Israeli author Etgar Keret’s ‘Seven Good Years’ published in Farsi

"I’m not sure if Iranians would like Israel more, but they’ll sure know us a little better," says celebrated Israeli writer.

By MICHAEL GAERTNER
04/11/2015
A young man and woman studying [illustrative]

A craft in review

A panel previews what it will discuss at the Jerusalem International Book Fair

10/02/2013
Keret cartoon 521

Not quite Kwintessential Keret

Suddenly,a Knock on the Door illuminates effervescent imagination of Etgar Keret.

By MATT NESVISKY
30/05/2012
London

UK’s Jewish Book Week celebrates 60 years

A leading festival of Jewish thoughts and ideas and a major event in the Jewish calendar, the book week is not without controversy.

By JONNY PAUL , JPOST CORRESPONDENT
19/02/2012
Children reading books

Grapevine: Singing for Sahar

Aviv Gefen organizes a benefit concert at the Zappa Club on October 19 to raise funds for bone-marrow transplant for 5-year-old Sahar Palevi Rotman.

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The Weekly Schmooze: Bibi Netanyahu – the remix

A Jpost column wrapping up Jewish culture news worldwide: Broadway's new “Funny Girl”; Etgar Keret's super-skinny house.

Netanyahu with Berlusconi

Diplomacy: The persuasion game

PM is presenting argument that UN Palestinian statehood vote would be bad not just for Israel, but for Palestinians themselves, and peace.

By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
17/06/2011
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The Weekly Schmooze: America's Worst Jewish Cook

A 'Jpost' column wrapping up the hottest Jewish culture news worldwide: UK's Jewish MP crush; Israel is a small country with big pride.

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