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Tamar Gelbetz - The Dead and the Very Much Alive

Tamar Gelbetz
The Dead and the Very Much Alive

Her father died a long time ago. Her mother is dying. And she is next. As simple as that. Tamar Gelbetz' third novel deals with large existential issues: sex, life, passion and fear of dying...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2301-0

Tamar Gelbetz - Folded

Tamar Gelbetz
Folded

This is a simple story, the usual. A man leaves his wife, his daughter, his home. Twenty years spent together, and he announces he is leaving. He is not happy with her, indeed very unhappy. She tries to stop him, begging him to stay. She cries and pleads. But to no avail.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-83-7

Alon Hilu - Death of a Monk

Alon Hilu
Death of a Monk

The year is 1840 and the location Damascus, a vivid and sensual city and yet full of hatred and fear. Following an intimate meeting between the Italian monk Tomasso and Aslan Farhi, a young Jew of a rich merchant family, the Jewish community is accused of murdering the monk in order to use his blood for the Passover rite.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-33-0

Ariel Hirschfeld - Notes on Epiphany

Ariel Hirschfeld
Notes on Epiphany

Sixty days after Batia Gur's death Ariel Hirchfeld started to write the pages that turned out to be his most personal book. In Notes on Epiphany Hirchfeld speaks about Batia Gur after her death, and tells her and us about the most central moments in his life and the history of his heart: moments of epiphany, love and confrontation...  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-76-4

By Ariel Hirschfeld - Where is Time?

By Ariel Hirschfeld
Where is Time?

Amitai wants to play with his Dad, but Dad says he has no Time. Amitai thinks: Where is Dad's Time? How does Time look when it exists? And do I have Time? Where is Time?  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2029-3

Eli Hirsh - New Music

Eli Hirsh
New Music

Eli Hirsh is trying to give back poetry its clear voice - the passionate and authoritative voice of the muses, which was lost in the abyss of destruction of the twentieth century.  » more

ISBN: 9978-965-13-1972-3

Yael Israel - Finally Roman

Yael Israel
Finally Roman

Tel-Aviv is a ghost town after an unspecified holocaust. The few remaining survivors are not allowed to read or write. Paper-wardens go from house-to-house confiscating books, diaries, calendars, and even old love letters.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-01-2

Vardi Kahana - Israeli Portraits

Vardi Kahana
Israeli Portraits

From Mili Avital to Avraham Burg, from Muhammad Bakri to Shlomo Ben Ami, from Batia Gur to Amos Oz, from Yitzhak Rabin to Ehud Barak: one hundred and fifty artists, singers, actors, politicians, writers, athletes, figures that are an integral part of Israeli life.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-7120-86-6

Peretz Kidron - Refusenik! - Israel's Soldiers of Conscience

Peretz Kidron
Refusenik! - Israel's Soldiers of Conscience

Hundreds of Israeli soldiers, called up to take part in controversial campaigns like the 1982 invasion of Lebanon or policing duties in the Palestinian territories today, have refused orders.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-34-9

Tamir Lahav-Radlmesser - A Room for Two

Tamir Lahav-Radlmesser
A Room for Two

Tamir Lahav-Radlmesser's latest book of poems deals with a curious experience: the therapeutic encounter. "The Room" is the clinic where the encounters take place and "The Two" are the therapist and the patient.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2141-2

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An art book that records an extensive journey throughout Israel, including eye-opening and challenging texts written by Meir Wigoder, Avner Ben Amos, Hannan Hever and Yael Shenker. » more