Anat Zecharia, (born in Tel Aviv) is an Israeli writer and photographer. She is a graduate of the photography department of the WIZO Neri Bloomfield Academy of Design in Haifa and the Alma College of Hebrew Culture in Tel Aviv. Zecharia teaches creative writing at The Open University of Israel. Zecharia work has been published in various literary magazines and has been awarded the Streets Prize from the city of Tel Aviv, and the Young Poet’s Prize in the Sha’ar International Poetry Festival and “Prime Minister’s Prize” for writers 2014. She has published two collections of poetry, As Soon as Beautiful, from Helicon (2008), and Due to Human Error from the Bialik Institute (2012). Zecharia was chosen to represent Israel and be one of the 204 poets from Olympic nations taking part in what is being called the biggest gathering of poets in world history —Poetry Parnassus