Tehila Hakimi

Tehila Hakimi

  • Israel

Tehila Hakimi (1982) is an Israeli poet, writer and mechanical engineer. Her poetry volume We’ll Work Tomorrow received the 2015 Bernstein Prize for Literature, and, alongside her graphic novel In the Water (2016) and her collection Company (2018), won the Yahushua Rabinowitz Foundation Prize for Literature. Hakimi received the 2018 Levi Eshkol Prize for Hebrew Writers, and the 2018 Fulbright International Writing Program Fellowship in The University of Iowa. 

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