Marina Ergas was born in Italy in 1947 in a Sephardic Jewish family with Macedonian, Turkish and British roots. She moved to Israel on June 7th 1967 and volunteered in a kibbutz. Worked as a tour guide in Israel for 40 years. In 2017 she moved back to Europe and now lives in Spain.
“Usually, in a conflict, the Other is not taken into account. The Other doesn’t exist, or if he does, he is faceless, emotionless, dehumanised, in order not to feel guilty. “
Awarded a “honorable report”
2021 Firenze Literary Contest “
…the story of a State and a soul from the Six Days War to our days.”
First edition October 2020