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From Brooklyn and Tel Aviv: Novelists in Conversation

Hosted By: The New York Jewish Week, UJA-Federation of New York

Join a virtual discussion with two novelists, Nicole Krauss and Eshkol Nevo, moderated by award-winning journalist, editor and author Sandee Brawarsky.

Nicole Krauss is the award-winning author of the international best sellers Forest Dark, Great House, and The History of Love. She is now the first writer-in-residence at the Zuckerman Mind Brain Institute at Columbia University. To Be a Man, a dazzling collection of short fiction exploring what it means to be in a couple in these turbulent times, is her first collection of stories.

Eshkol Nevo is the award-winning author of Homesick, Neuland, and Three Floors Up, all published in Israel and best sellers around the world. He co-runs Israel’s largest creative writing program. The Last Interview, a literary page-turner that delves into the deepening cracks in a careful constructed public persona, is his latest novel.

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