↑ Grab this Headline Animator

Saturday, April 05, 2008

Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua shortlisted for int'l literary award

Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua on Wednesday was shortlisted along with seven other authors for one of the world's most valuable prizes for a single work of fiction in English.

Kashua, an Arab Israeli, writes a satirical weekly column for Haaretz, and has published two novels.

Two other Arab authors were among those shortlisted on Wednesday for the award.
The International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award - set up 13 years ago to underline the Irish capital's importance as an artistic centre - is worth 100,000 euros.


Post a Comment

<< Home