Etgar Keret is one of Israel's best known writers. Usually he writes in Hebrew, but his last book The Seven Good Years – a memoir covering seven years from the birth of his son to the death of his father – is written in English and not published in his homeland.
It is, he says, just too personal – he feels safer sharing his most personal writing with strangers. Etgar isn't overtly political, but his observations offer a rare insight into life in Israel and how it's changed comparing his upbringing to his son's life,
Listen to Etgar Keret on Sunday Morning with Wallace Chapman here.