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Dalia Betolin-Sherman

Dalia Betolin-Sherman was born in 1979 in Ethiopia. At the age of five she traveled by foot through Sudan and immigrated to Israel with her parents and sister. Betolin-Shermanhas a bachelor’s degree in social work and a master’s degree in Hebrew Literature. Her debut collection of short stories, When the World Became White was published in 2013. Betolin-Sherman is the winner of the Minister of Culture award for debut writers as well as the Ramat Gan debut fiction award

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