Award winning writer Amir Gutfreund was created in Haifa, Israel in 1963. He earned a MA in applied-mathematics in the Israeli Technological Institute (ITI) and served as an officer at the Israeli Air Force for 20 years, retiring with the rank of Lt. Colonel.
His first novel, Our Holocaust, is based on his memories as a young child of Holocaust survivors, and has been translated from Hebrew into many languages such as English. “The World that a Moment Later” has been printed in 2005 and has been translated. Gutfreund acquired the 2002 Buchman trophy from the Yad Vashem Institute in Addition to the Sami Rohr Choice Award in the Jewish Book Council in 2007. He was also awarded the prestigious Sapir Prize (the Israeli equivalent of the Man Booker Prize) at 2003.
Married with three children, Gutfreund lives in a small village in the Galilee, in the north of Israel.
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