Festival Internazionale
di Letteratura a Venezia
25 28 May 2022

Eshkol Nevo

Eshkol Nevo was born in Jerusalem in 1971. After spending his childhood between Israel and the USA, he completed his studies in Tel Aviv. He started an advertising career, which he abandoned in order to dedicate himself to literature. He founded a school of creative writing. Besides “Nostalgia” (“Arba'a batim ve ga'agua”, 2004), in the charts for more than 60 weeks, winner of the Golden Book Prize of the Israeli Book Publishers Association in 2005 and of the Prix FFI-Raymond Wallier in Paris in 2008, he published other well known books such as “Symmetry of desires”(“Mish'ala achat yamina”, 2007), “Neuland” (“Noiland”, 2011), “The lost solos” (“Ha-Mikveh Ha-Acharon Be-Sibir”, 2013), “Three floors up” ( “Shalosh komot”, 2015), “The last interview: A Novel” (“Hareaion Haaharon”, 2018) and “The ways to Eden” (“Gever Nichnas Be-pardess”, 2021).

©Henika Bigenberger