Reuven Miran (born in 1944) is an author, translator, journalist, editor and publisher. Miran was raised and educated in Kfar Saba. He later had a career in the Israeli civil service, and in this capacity spent extended periods abroad. Today, Miran is a pensioner of the Prime Minister’s office. He holds a B.A. and M.A. in Philosophy from Sorbonne University, Paris. During May ’68 he was a field activist for the French student union. Miran began to publish his literary works when he was 18 years old, and has thus far published 16 books, including novels, short story collections and children books. He also translated dozens of world literature works into Hebrew. In 2003, he formed with his partner the publishing house “Nahar Books”, which (by mid-2014) published almost a hundred titles.