Award-winning Israeli Writer
Eshkol Nevo was born in 1971 in Jerusalem. He is a writer and a creative writing teacher. His best-selling novel Homesick (2004) was awarded the Reimond vallier prize in France, shortlisted for the Sapir prize in Israel, and longlisted for the independent prize in the UK. His bestselling novel World cup wishes ( 2007) won the Golden Book Prize in Israel and was awarded the Adei-Wizo Prize in Italy. His novel Neuland (2011) sold more than 130,000 copies in Israel, and was awarded the Steimatzky Prize for Book of the Year. His most recent bestselling novel, Three Floors Up (2017), deals with residential life in Tel Aviv, crisis identity, and the darkness of parenthood.
Nevo's novel Homesick was selected as one of the 2016 fiction picks for the National Jewish Book Club selection guide.
• Three Floors Up
• A Wish and a Journey
• Home, Homesick, and Wondering
• Zionism, Shamanism, and Literary Fiction
• How did I Discover I'm a Jewish Writer?
• The Journey of Writing, and Writing of