Lavie TidharLavie Tidhar (; born 16 November 1976) is an Israeli-born writer, working across multiple genres. He has lived in the United Kingdom and South Africa for long periods of time, as well as Laos and Vanuatu. As of 2013, Tidhar lives in London. His novel ''Osama'' won the 2012 World Fantasy Award for Best Novel, beating Stephen King's ''11/22/63'' and George R. R. Martin's ''A Dance with Dragons''. His novel ''A Man Lies Dreaming'' won the £5000 Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize, for Best British Fiction, in 2015. He won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel in 2017, for ''Central Station''.
As of October 2019 Tidhar is a columnist for ''The Washington Post''. Provided by Wikipedia
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