Just two weeks after ‘All the Rivers’ was published, I received a letter from the man who composed some of the most beautifully written books in Hebrew. ‘In your voice you echo your writers, as I myself echo my writers,' Oz told me
After five years of writing her third novel, Dorit Rabinyan decided to shelve it. Her painful confession is also a warning to aspiring young writers.
A 1.55m-tall author gets in a day of practice with the women's national basketball team.
From the Archive A Farewell to a Palestinian Friend, From the Writer at the Center of the Book-banning Storm
In November 2002, Dorit Rabinyan met Palestinian artist Hassan Hourani in New York and the two became fast friends. In August 2003, Hourani drowned in the sea off Jaffa. Rabinyan, author of a controversial book on a Jewish-Arab love affair, wrote him a moving eulogy.