Eshkol Nevo

Eshkol Nevo was born in Jerusalem in 1971. He studied copywriting at the Tirza Granot School and psychology at Tel Aviv University. Today, Nevo owns and co-manages the largest private creative writing school in Israel and is considered the mentor of many upcoming young Israeli writers. He has published novels, short stories and nonfiction. His novels have all been top bestsellers in Israel, and two of them, World Cup Wishes and Three Floors Up, have been adapted for the stage. 
Nevo, whose novels are very successful abroad, has received the Book Publishers Association's Gold and Platinum Prizes (2005; 2006; 2008; 2011; 2014; 2015), the FFI-Raymond Wallier Prize (Paris, 2008), the ADEI-WIZO Prize (Italy, 2011) and the Steimatzky Prize twice, for Neuland (2012) and for The Lost Solos (2014). Homesick was a finalist for the prestigious Independent Foreign Fiction Prize (UK, 2009), World Cup Wishes was a finalist for the Kritikerpreis der Jury der Jungen Kritiker (Austria, 2011), and Neuland was included in The Independent's list of Books of the Year in Translation (2014).
Eshkol Nevo

Books in Translation

Italian: Milan, Mondadori, 2006; pback: Milan, Neri Pozza, 2014; Milan, BEAT, 2017
German: Munich, dtv, 2007; pback: 2009
French: Paris, Gallimard, 2008
Arabic: Haifa, Kul-Shee, 2008
English: London, Chatto & Windus, 2008; pback: London, Vintage, 2009; Champaign, IL, Dalkey Archive, 2010
Turkish: Istanbul, Can Yayinlari, 2013
Italian: Milan, Neri Pozza, 2010; pback: Milan, BEAT, 2012; BEAT Bestseller, 2015 
French: Paris, Gallimard, 2010
German: Munich, dtv, 2010; pback: 2012
English: London, Chatto & Windus, 2010
Polish: Warsaw, Muza, 2012
Spanish: Barcelona, Duomo, 2013 
Italian: Milan, Neri Pozza, 2012; pback: Milan, BEAT, 2015
German: Munich, dtv, 2013; pback: 2016
Polish: Warsaw, Muza, 2014
English: London, Chatto & Windus, 2014; pback: London, Vintage, 2016
French: Paris, Gallimard, 2014 

Turkish: Istanbul, Can Yayinlari, forthcoming

Spanish: Barcelona, Duomo / Antonio Vallardi, 2017

German: Munich, dtv, 2016
Italian: Milan, Neri Pozza, 2015
Spanish: Barcelona, Duomo, 2015
Polish: Warsaw, Muza, 2016
French: Paris, Galimard, 2016

English: New York, Other Press, 2017
French: Paris Gallimard, forthcoming

German: Munich, dtv, forthcoming
Greek: Athens, 
Kastaniotis, 2017
Italian: Milan, Neri Pozza, 2017
Romanian: Bucharest, Humanitas, 2017

 

Amaliaʹs Father Goes to Australia

Italian: Milan, Salani, forthcoming