Esty G. Haim

Esty G. Haim

  • Israel

Esty G. Haim grew up in Haifa. She is the author of four novels and a collection of short stories, including Black Dancer in Solo Troupe (The New Library, 1997); Our Other Lives (The New Library, 1999); Something Good Will Happen Tomorrow (Yedioth Prose Publishing, 2003); The Three of Them (Yedioth Prose Publishing, 2007); and The Corner People (Kinneret Zmora-Bitan, 2013), for which she received the 2014 Brenner Prize. She is the recipient of the Levi Eshkol Prime Minister’s Prize for Creative Work (2003) among other awards. She studied dance and theater at Tel Aviv University and currently directs creative writing workshops and teaches at the Kibbutzim College.


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