Writer, editor, and EFL teacher
|Degrees:||B.A. Combine Honours in English & Journalism ’93 (Carleton University)|
Gila Green is a writer, editor, and EFL teacher. She received a Combined Honours BA in English and Journalism in 1993. As the daughter of a Yemenite-Israeli father and an Ashkenazi-Canadian mother, she often writes about the immigrant experience, including dislocation, alienation, and racism. She spent time in South Africa before settling in Israel where she lives with her husband and five children. She is the author of a novel in stories White Zion (2019) and two adult novels Passport Control (2018) and King of the Class (2013). Her short works have appeared in dozens of literary magazines and anthologies in five countries. Her young-adult novel No Entry is forthcoming in 2019 and is the first in an environmental series that tackles elephant poaching.