Sharron Hass

Sharron Hass

  • Israel

Sharron Hass (1966) is an Israeli poet, essayist, and teacher. She studied classical studies at Tel Aviv University and taught there. She lectures on literature and poetry at the Kerem Institute for Teacher Training in Jerusalem, as well as at Tel Aviv and Ben-Gurion Universities. She has published five poetry books to date and has won many awards for her work, including the 2003 Prime Minister’s Award for Poetry, the 2005 Fulbright Fellow for the America-Israel Fellowship, and the 2012 Bialik Prize. She lives in Tel Aviv with her partner and their son.


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