Shulamit Appfel

Shulamit Appfel, also known under her pen name Elinoam Shalev, was born in a British detention camp in Cyprus in 1948. She arrived in Israel and settled with her parents in a very poor neighborhood in Haifa. At fourteen she began working as a hairdresser and at fifteen she wrote her first poem. In 1965, the editor of the literary magazine Achshav, Gabriel Moked, published her first book of poems. Appfel was awarded the Prime Minister's Prize (2013) and the Ramat Gan Prize (2014). 











Books Published in Hebrew
           
The Girl's Hour (poetry), Achshav, 1965 [Sh'at Yalda]            
Broken Continent (poetry), Achshav, 1972 [Yabeshet Shvura]
Distance (poetry), Massada, 1981 [Merchak]            
Cestus (poetry), Sifriat Poalim, 1987 [Chishukim]
Release (poetry), Bitan, 1989 [Hatara]
And Nothing but the Truth (poetry), Safra, 2012 [Pachot Me-Emet Ein Ta'am Lichtov]

Imagine You're a Star (poetry), Petel, 2017 [Tedamyeni She-At Kochevet]

PERFORMED PLAYS
Cinnamon Stick [Theatroneto Festival, 1991]


  












































































                     

Books Published in Hebrew

Books in Translation