Yaniv Iczkovits

Yaniv Iczkovits, born in 1975, has published three novels (the first was awarded Haaretz’s debut novel prize and the second the Prime Minister’s Prize). His third novel, The Slaughterman's Daughter, was awarded the Agnon Prize in 2015, the first time the prize has been granted in ten years. Iczkovits won the Ramat Gan Prize for Literary Excellence and was shortlisted for the Sapir Prize. He has a PhD in philosophy from Columbia University, and published a book based on his academic work entitled Wittgenstein’s Ethical Thought (Palgrave Macmillan). He was part of the Courage to Refuse movement in 2002, writing the famous ‘Combatant’s letter’ during the Second Intifada.
The Slaughterman’s Daughter – Virtual Event
Click Here to watch a video of this event. Israeli writer and philosopher Yaniv Iczkovits talks about his Sunday Times ‘Must Read’ and Agnon Prize-winning novel. Described by Gary Shteyngart as a “story of great beauty and surprise”, and translated from the Hebrew by Orr Scharf, The ...