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Moshe Sakal Makes the Shortlist for the Sapir Prize

Last week, while many Americans were eating their turkey dinners, novelist and IWP Fall 2011 resident Moshe Sakal's novel Yolanda was shortlisted for the Sapir Prize for Literature, one of Israel's highest literary awards. 

According to Maya Sela writing in Haaretz, "The winner of the Sapir Prize will receive NIS 150,000 and his book will be translated into Arabic and one other language of his choice. The other finalists will receive NIS 25,000 each."

Congratulations Moshe! 

[author photo: Greg Bal]



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