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Moshe Sakal

Moshe Sakal is the author of the novel The Diamond Setter, which was named one of TimeOut New York’s “11 Books You Will Want to Binge-Read This Month,” and Entertainment Weekly has called “a vital depiction of queer life in the Middle East, a misunderstood intersection of identities.” Sakal has been awarded the title of Honorary Fellow in Writing by the University of Iowa, the Eshkol Prize for his work, and a Fulbright grant. He is currently the Digital Strategy Manager at the new Steinhardt Museum of Natural History at Tel Aviv University. He lives in Jaffa.