|born on||15 September 1954 at 17:40 (= 5:40 PM )|
|Place||Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, 32n04, 34e46|
|Timezone||IST h2e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||22°15' 01°12 Asc. 20°48'|
Israeli author, playwright, screenwriter and translator. Her short story collection Kova Zekhukhit (Hat of Glass) was the first work of fiction published in Israel to address the topic of the "Second Generation" - children of Holocaust survivors.
Semel published sixteen books, plays, opera libretti, poetry and screenplays. She also wrote plays and translated for the Hebrew stage. Her acclaimed novel "And the Rat Laughed" was adapted into an opera libretto in 2005.
She was the younger sister of Israeli rock musician Shlomo Artzi.
Died after a six-month battle with cancer on 2 December 2017, Tel Aviv
- sibling relationship with Artzi, Shlomo (born 26 November 1949)
Eyal Ben-Aharon quotes her in an article she described her birth "at dusk" 
- Vocation : Writers : Fiction
- Vocation : Writers : Playwright/ script
- Vocation : Writers : Translator