Sayed Kashua is the author of the novels Native, Dancing Arabs, Let It Be Morning, which was shortlisted for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, and LExposure, winner of the prestigious Bernstein Prize. He is a columnist for Haaretz and the creator of the popular, prize-winning sitcom, Arab Labor. Kashua has received numerous awards for his journalism including the Lessing Prize for Critic (Germany) and the SFJFF Freedom of Expression Award (USA). Now living in the United States with his family, he teaches at the University of Illinois.
Books by this Author
Dispatches from an Israeli-Palestinian Life