Tehila Hakimi


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Tehila Hakimi is a poet and fiction writer from Israel. Her books include the poetry volume Mahar Na’avod (We’ll work tomorrow) (2014), which received the 2015 Bernstein Prize for Literature, the graphic novel baMayim (In the water) (2016), and the collection of novellas Hevra (Company) (2018). She is the recipient of the 2018 Levi Eshkol Prize for Hebrew Writers and a Fulbright International Writing Program Fellowship at the University of Iowa. Hakimi holds a degree in mechanical engineering.

  • A black and white photograph of a woman in a t-shirt. It has been rotated such that it appears as if she is floating, weightless
    April 4, 2019 | Tehila Hakimi
    Sodanie Chea, “Day 96: Free Falling – Explored” / Flickr Israeli writer Tehila Hakimi’s Company (2018) is an experimental, fragmentary text—addressed to a nameless “woman in a workspace...

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