Ofir Oz

Ofir Oz

  • Israel

Ofir Oz won second place in The Short Story Project’s competition “My Best Story”, 2018.
His winning story “Criminal” was first published in Michigan Quarterly Review.
Ofir is an emerging writer from Israel. His second novel, The First Name, has earned him the Promising Writers Award of the Israel Ministry of Culture.
His work has also been published in Jewishfiction.net, nebesht.com (in Farsi), and won third place in the London Independent Story Prize.

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