Ron Segal is an Israeli writer based in Berlin, currently supported by the Work Stipends for Non-German Literature of the Senate Department of Culture and Europe. His debut novel “Jeder Tag wie heute” was published in 2014 by Wallstein Verlag. An animated film based on the novel is currently in the works as a German-French co-production. Segal wrote for the newspapers Die Zeit, Die Welt, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Le Monde diplomatique and Sinn und Form. For his second novel “Cat Music” he received the Yosef Campus Award in Israel.
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