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Amalia Rosenblum

Amalia Rosenblum was born in New York in 1974 and grew up in Tel Aviv. She spent the 1990s in New York. A writer, journalist and screenwriter, she has an MA in philosophy and another in anthropology from New School University, New York. She is currently completing her PhD in psychology. At present Rosenblum teaches at the Tel Aviv College of Management. She also writes regularly for the Israeli press, in particular literary reviews for Haaretz; she also writes for women's and parenting magazines. Her screenplays for Holy for Me and Run have won awards at the Chicago, Mannheim and Jerusalem festivals. Where the Village Road Ends, her second book, won the Ze'ev Prize for Children's Literature (2007).


Amalia Rosenblum

Books Published in Hebrew

And Everything Seems Possible (novel), Keter, 2004 [Ve-Nidme She-Ha-Kol Efshari]
Where the Village Road Ends (youth) , Keter, 2006 [Ad Ktze Ha-Moshav]
Speechless: How Contemporary Israeli Culture is Reflected in Language [with Zvi Triger] (non-fiction), Dvir, 2007 [Le-Lo Milim: Ha-Tarbut Ha-Isra'elit Bi-Re'i Ha-Safa]
The Sheep with a Black Spot (youth) , Kinneret, Zmora-Bitan, 2014 [Zot Im Ha-Ketem Ha-Shachor]

Books in Translation

German: Weinheim, Beltz & Gelberg, 2009; pback: 2010
Italian: Milan, Salani, 2010; Brescia, La Scuola, 2011
Chinese: Nanjing, Jiangsu Children's Pub., forthcoming
German: Weinheim, Beltz & Gelberg, forthcoming
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