Guest Author Spotlight

Amir Gutfreund

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Amir Gutfreund was born in Haifa in 1963 and now lives in Galilee. After studying applied mathematics at the Technion, he joined the Israeli Air Force where he works in mathematical research. He has received a number of prizes for his literary work, including the Sapir Prize in 2003, the Book Publisher's Associations' Book Prize in 2006, and the Rohr Choice Award in 2007.

Published works include the novels Our Holocaust; The World, a Little Later; and When Heroes Fly; and the short story collection The Shoreline Mansions.