Yariv Sapir is an Israeli writer. He was born in Kibbutz Ramat Hakovesh during the War of Independence. He left the kibbutz for New York, where he became a successful businessman, and returned with his family to Israel 12 years later. His first book, the collection “Hebrew Works” was published in 2011 and in 2016 he released his second book, Aya – a novel that deals with the generation of children born with the establishment of the State of Israel and their personal dreams, as opposed to the national dream of the founding fathers. Sapir also published a new Hebrew translation of the cult book One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (2009). He specializes in the analysis of the songs of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman and other songwriters. He lives in Tel Aviv with his wife Michal and their three children.