Sayed Kashua

Karl Gabor

Sayed Kashua

Sayed Kashua is the author of the novels Dancing Arabs (2002), Let It Be Morning (2006), Second Person Singular (2010), and of the nonfiction Native: Dispatches from an Israeli–Palestinian Life (2016). The creator of the prizewinning Israeli sitcom Arab Labor, he now lives in the United States with his family and is completing a doctorate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. His most recent novel, Track Changes, was published by Grove Press in January 2020.

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