Moshe Sartel

Moshe Sartel was born in 1942 in Istanbul, Turkey. He arrived in Israel as a young child, and now lives in Petah Tikva. Sartel holds a BA in Jewish philosophy, literature and kabbala, and an MA in library science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He also studied military history at Tel Aviv University and directed a network of libraries in Petah Tikva. In 1997 he founded a publishing house that specializes in books on Judaism. He has received the Bernstein Prize (1985), the Wertheim Prize for Poetry (1995), the President's Prize (1997) and the Prime Minister's Prize (1999).            

Books Published in Hebrew
He Who Bore, Mitzchaf, 1967 [Mi She-Natal: Shirei Ma'ase]
The Way and the Flesh, Mitzchaf, 1970 [Ha-Derech Ve-Ha-Basar: Tachrich Shel Shirim]
Flesh Upon the Coals and Other Poems, Sifriat Poalim, 1973 [Basar Al Gabei Gechalim Ve-Shirim Acherim]
For the Sun Shall Not Darken, Sifriat Poalim, 1979 [Ki Lo Techshach Ha-Shemesh]
On the Road to Beit El, Sifriat Poalim, 1982 [Ba-Derech Ha-Ola Beit-El: Ve-Hu Kovetz Min Ha-Shirim]
The Book of the Great Victory, Sifriat Poalim, 1986 [Sefer Nitzachon Gadol: Shlosha Shirei Alila]
Behold the Fire, Mitzchaf, 1994 [Hine Ha-Esh: Ve-Hi Shtei Shirot Ve-Shirim]