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Translated Short Stories, Screenplays, Essays & Poetry:

"The Horror Stories We Tell Ourselves in Order to Live" / Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

The Atlantic, January 9, 2024

Israelis grapple with the collective trauma of October 7" / Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

Financial Times, November 9, 2023

Facing Israel’s Trauma” / Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

TIME Magazine, November 2, 2023

 

Israel is in a Nightmare: Who Will We be When We Rise From the Ashes?” / David Grossman

Finanacial Times, October 12, 2023

 

Israel’s Existential Crisis” / Etgar Keret

TIME Magazine, August 14, 2023

Third Temple: Israel’s Occupation is Coming Home” / Etgar Keret

The Nation, August 4, 2023

Here’s Why We March Against Netanyahu’s Power Grab” / David Grossman

The Guardian, July 24, 2023

"Israel Democracy Faces a Mortal Threat" / David Grossman

The Atlantic, March 22, 2023

“Reflections on In the Land of Israel” / David Grossman

Amos Oz: The Legacy of a Writer in Israel and Beyond (SUNY Press 2023)

 

My Michael, May 1967” / Nissim Calderon

Amos Oz: The Legacy of a Writer in Israel and Beyond (SUNY Press 2023)

“Point of No Return” / Etgar Keret

Fictionable, Spring, 2023

 

“Amos Oz and A.B. Yehoshua – an extraordinary friendship” / Nir Baram

Jewish Quarterly 250, November 2022

 

“The next generation of Israeli writers” / Arik Glasner

Jewish Quarterly 250, November 2022

 

Two Stories by Amir Sommer

Banipal 75, December 2022

 

“A Healthy Cigarette” / Etgar Keret

High Times, October, 2022

 

“Mitzvah” / Etgar Keret

New Yorker, June 20, 2022

 

“The Weather Woman” / Tamar Weiss-Gabbay

Elemental – The Calico Series (Two Lines Press, 2021)

"Gravity" / Etgar Keret

The New Yorker, September 2, 2021

"My Palestinian Diaspora" / Sayed Kashua

New York Review of Books, August 7, 2021

"The Hebrew Teacher" (excerpt) / Maya Arad

Curated (Dibur Literary Journal), September, 2020

"Director's Cut" / Etgar Keret

The New Yorker, July 9, 2020

"Outside" / Etgar Keret

New York Times Sunday Magazine, July 12, 2020

"Eating Olives at the End of the World" / Etgar Keret

NYR Daily, April 12, 2020

"The Ramshackle House" / Ronit Matalon

Dibur Literary Journal, Issue 7, Winter 2020

"Architect" / Boaz Izraeli

Two Lines 31, Fall 2019

"The Greatest Liar in the World" / Etgar Keret

Literary Hub, September 6, 2019

"Pineapple Crush" / Etgar Keret

Electric Literature, September 2019

Our Lady of Kazan (excerpt) / Maya Arad

Paper Brigade, Vol. 3, 2019

"De Beauvoir and Sartre on the Kibbutz" / Moshe Sakal

World Literature Today, July 2018

Earthwork (excerpt) / Liran Golod

Bellingham Review, Spring 2018

"Infertility" / Yael Ne'eman

Epiphany Magazine, Spring/Summer 2017

(winner of Epiphany's fiction-in-translation contest)

"Instructions for Eating Granny Ora's Kibbeh" / Moshe Sakal

Words Without Borders, May 2017

"Hedgehogs" (excerpt) / Liran Golod

The Literary Review, Fall 2016 Vol. 59/No. 04

Three Flash Fables / Daniel Oz

Bodega Magazine, November 2016

"A Brief History of Death" / Nir Baram

The New Yorker: Page-Turner, November 7, 2016

"Hating Myself for Fearing Hate" / Sayed Kashua

New York Times Opinion Pages, October 31, 2016

"Arctic Lizard" / Etgar Keret

BuzzFeed, October 27, 2016

"Back to School, in a New Country" / Sayed Kashua

New York Times Sunday Review, September 2, 2016

A selection of flash fables / Daniel Oz

Poetry International, August 8, 2016

Seven Flash Fables / Daniel Oz

Denver Quarterly, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2016

“I’m Not Anti-Israel, I’m Ambi-Israel” / Etgar Keret

New York Times Opinion Pages, June 24, 2016

“Guests” / Yael Neeman

The Chattahoochee Review, Spring 2016

"Rock, Paper" (excerpt) / Tomer Gardi

World Literature Today, April 2015

"Nine Fictions" / Daniel Oz

World Literature Today, April 2015

"Mosquito" / Roy Chen

World Literature Today, April 2015

"Master of the Short Story" / Maya Arad

World Literature Today, April 2015

"Readers' Reports" / Yael Ne'eman

World Literature Today, April 2015

"A Tale That Might Have Been Told by Rumi" / Daniel Oz

Flash Fiction Magazine, February 9, 2015

“An Israel Without Illusions” / David Grossman

New York Times Opinion Pages, July 27, 2014

“Sometimes ‘Nazi’ Is the Right Word” / Etgar Keret

New York Times Opinion Pages, January 17, 2014

“Omsk” / Maya Arad 

JewishFiction.net, April 2013

“Trieste” / Amir Gutfreund

JewishFiction.net, April 2013

The Congress / Ari Folman

Screenplay (2013)

Seven Stories / Alex Epstein

Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading, Vol. 6, No.1, Oct. 2012

“The Throne” / Youval Shimoni

Denver Quarterly, Vol. 47, No. 1, 2012

“A Mustache for My Son” / Etgar Keret

New York Times Sunday Magazine – February 26, 2012

 

“Bemusement Park” / Etgar Keret

Tablet Magazine, November 22, 2011

 

“Israel’s Streets of Hope Can Reclaim Nation” / Etgar Keret

Financial Times – August 8, 2011

 

“Runner” / David Grossman

Jewish Quarterly (Summer 2011)

 

“Time Capsule” / Assaf Gavron

Magazine of the German Federal Cultural Foundation (Spring/Summer 2011)

 

“Tel Aviv Broadcast” / Etgar Keret

New York Times Sunday Magazine – February 18, 2011

 

“Lies We Tell” / Etgar Keret

Tablet Magazine – February 18, 2011

Excerpt from The Life of Elyakum / Benjamin Tammuz

Foreign Policy, May 2010 (special translation project)

 

“How Old is the Queen of England?” / Agur Schiff

Words Without Borders: The Online Magazine for International Literature, September 2009 (short story)

“There’s Lots to See” / Agur Schiff

Two Lines XV, Spring 2008 (short story)

 

“Blessed are the Merciful, For They Shall Obtain Mercy” / Agur Schiff

Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture, November 2007 (short story)

“Shadow Play” / Amir Gutfreund

Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture, May 2007 (short story)

“Protection” / Moshe Ron

Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture, January 2007 (short story)

 

“The Eternal Invalid and the Beloved” / Hanoch Levin

Words Without Borders, December 2006 (novella)

 

The Other Israel: Voices of Refusal and Dissent / Roane Carey & Jonathan Shainin, Eds.

The New Press, 2002 (introduction and essay)

 

Three poems / Yehonatan Geffen

Beacons 6, The American Literary Translators Association, Winter 2000 (poetry)

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