Authors of the 11th Prague Writers' Festival
Dedicated to Primo Levi: “If Not Now, When?”

Natan Zach
Natan Zach Natan Zach was born in Berlin in 1930 and settled in Haifa as a child. He has worked as an editor, critic and translator, as well as a civil rights activist. Called “the most articulate and insistent spokesman of the modernist movement in Hebrew poetry”, his collections of poetry include A Dream Instead, Different Poems, Hard to Remember, Against Parting, The Static Element, Because I’m Around  and For Man is a Tree of the Field.  He has published Talks on Literature, a collection of essays and Death of My Mother, prose.

In 1995 he received the Israel Prize, the state's highest award for distinction in all fields of human endeavour. Natan Zach lives in Tel Aviv.

Primo Levi Corin Curschellas Christian Rösli Gore Vidal Gary Younge
Jan Kavan Jan Kasl Michael March Robert Menasse Peter Stephan Jungk
Salman Rushdie Savyon Liebrecht Natan Zach Etgar Keret Vassilis Vassilikos
Adolf Muschg Erica Pedretti Zoë Jenny Daniel de Roulet Patrick McCabe
Dermot Healy Timothy O´Grady Vladimír Páral Arnošt Lustig Václav Boštík