Shlomo (Salomon) LIberman is a graduate engineer who emigrated from Sweden to Israel, worked for many years in the hi-tech industry and upon retirement joined the Shaindy Rudoff Program in Creative Writing at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. His publications have appeared among others in the Blue Lyra Review, the Forward, the Jewish Literary Journal and Esra Magazine.
He is the co-author of an English-Swedish dictionary of electro-technical terms, author/co-author of eight international patents and received the IEEE Power Engineering Society Award for Most Noteworthy Paper in 1980. He holds an MSc degree from the Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden, a Top Executives MBA from Tel Aviv University as well as an MA in English Literature & Linguistics from Bar-Ilan University. He is a proofreader, editor, and freelance translator between English, Hebrew and Swedish. He is a member of the international freelance translator community ProZ.com and of ITA, the Israel Translators Association, and a contributing member of the ESRA Magazine Editorial Board. His first book, Lost Memories and New Beginnings – Unearthing Family Secrets from the Holocaust, was published by Hadassa Word Press in 2018.