Eran Horowitz was born in Israel in 1994. He is an author, a translator from German and French to Hebrew, and a film director. He graduated in computer studies and humanities from Tel Aviv University, and completed his MA at Munich University and Science Po in Paris. He is writing a doctoral thesis in comparative literature and among other occupations is a guest researcher at the Sorbonne. In 2021 he produced and directed his first short film, Sometimes the Devil.
Horowitz’s debut novel, Lior Rubin (2019), was awarded the Education Minister’s prize for young creators. He has published stories, criticism and essays in the press and on literary platforms. A collection of essays by Thomas Mann that he translated into Hebrew came out in 2020. He is currently working on his second book, a wide-ranging epic novel.