I'll be heading out soon to the U.S. and Canada to promote Spies of No Country. Here are the upcoming events open to the public. I'd be happy to see you there! Fri. March 1, Phoenix, AZ. Brandeis Book and Author Event 2019, Westin Kierland Resort...

From the Natan Book Award press release: Matti Friedman’s Spies of No Country, which will be published by Algonquin Books in Fall 2018, is the recipient of the 2018 Natan Book Award run in partnership with Jewish Book Council (JBC). The Award, is a pre-publication prize of $25,000 intended to...

Pumpkinflowers was chosen as the winner of the Vine Award for Canadian Jewish Literature in the history category. The awards were presented by the Koffler Center for the Arts at a ceremony in Toronto this week. More from the CBC here....

A few speaking dates coming up -- for more details click on the date: May 8, 2017: Philadelphia. Jewish Community Services Building, 6:30 p.m.  A conversation with Middle East historian Asaf Romirowsky. May 9: Washington, DC. New America (740 15th St NW), 6 p.m. A discussion with Douglas...

"Pumpkinflowers" was published in Hebrew last week by Dvir, an imprint of Kinneret, Zmora-Bitan. The Hebrew title is דלעת: מוצב אחד בלבנון, or "Pumpkin: One Outpost in Lebanon." ...

On Nov. 3 (7:30 p.m.) I'll be speaking in Houston as part of the Book & Arts Fair at the Evelyn Rubinstein JCC. Details here. On Nov. 4 (12 noon) I'll be speaking at Rice University. Details here.  ...

The Writers' Trust of Canada has announced that Pumpkinflowers is one of five finalists for this year's Hilary Weston Prize for Nonfiction. The winner of the prize, considered the “richest annual literary award” for a nonfiction book by a Canadian author, will be announced at a ceremony in...