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Lavie Tidhar

Israeli-born writer Lavie Tidhar has been called an ?emerging master? by Locus magazine, and has quickly established a name for himself as a short fiction writer of some note. He has travelled widely, living variously in South Africa, the UK, Asia and the remote island-nation of Vanuatu in the South Pacific, and his work exhibits a strong sense of place and an engagement with the literary Other in all its forms. He is currently based in Laos, in South East Asia.

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