Jewish Writers and Their Childhood
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- Q: What do you do with a Jewish childhood
- A: You write about it.
- The temptations, excitements, satisfactions and angst of going from childhood memories to written text--join us for an evening of readings and discussion with three distinguished writers. The discussion will be followed by a book-signing.
- Anne G. Hoffman, Professor, Department of English, Fordham University
- Joshua Halberstam, A Seat at the Table: A Novel of Forbidden Choices
and Schmoozing: The Private Conversations of American Jews
- Myla Goldberg, Bee Season, The False Friend and Wickett's Remedy
- David Roskies, Yiddishlands: A Memoir