Etgar Keret is a leading voice in contemporary Israeli literature. His stories have been translated into 15 different languages and gained both critical acclaim and success with the public. He has published four books of short stories and novellas, two graphic novels and two feature screenplays. Among the collections of his stories now published in the English language are: The Busdriver Who Wanted To Be God, Missing Kissinger and The Nimrod Flip Out. His work also appears — alongside writing by Palestinian writer Samir el-Youssef — in Gaza Blues And Other Stories , and, with graphics by Actus Tragicus, in Jetlag.