Miri Shaham

Miri Shaham

  • Israel

Miri Shaham is an Israeli writer and editor. She writes books upon request, leads enterprise documentation projects based on employee memories and gives writing workshops. Many of her short stories were published in recent years in several magazines. She founded with Avivit Mishmari the literary mgazine Petel, edited and published a comprehensive digital anthology of feminine works on pregnancy and childbirth, and founded and directed the “Mining Club”, a digital short story reading club. She lives in Zichron Yaacov. Deep in her heart she is convinced that she is at least seventy percent made of paper.


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