Yoav Rosen

Yoav Rosen

  • Israel

Yoav Rosen is the editor of the Classics section and Audio Stories section in The Short Story Project. He is a literary critic in Haaretz’s literary supplement, and held creative writing workshops for exceptional youth in Matan-Arts, among others. His translations into Hebrew include Toni Morrison’s “The Dancing Mind” and James Baldwin’s “The Rockpile.” His short stories have been published in various anthologies and literary magazines, including Mita’am, Alaxon, Keshet Hahadasha, Masmerim, and in Haaretz’s annual short story contest. Copy and Paste (Afik), his first collection of short stories, won the Ministry of Culture Prize for New Authors in 2014. In 2016, Copy and Paste was chosen by The National Library in Israel as one of ten outstanding debuts published in the past year.


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