Every Friday My Machberet presents an array of Jewish-interest links, primarily of the literary variety.
Some Israeli publishing data for 2015, courtesy of the country’s National Library.
“The Koffler Centre of the Arts is proud to announce a significant new literary award in Canada – the Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature.” (Unfortunately, I’ve found out about this too late to help anyone for the current round–submissions closed in early June.)
If I can manage to sit through a three-hour play, it may well be this one. And I’m sorry to have to miss this one–which I’ve just learned about but won’t be able to catch during its brief engagement.
“In this talk, novelist and literary scholar Dara Horn explores the role Hebrew can play in a living contemporary American Jewish culture, as she has experienced it as a reader and as an American writer. This lecture was part of the 2016 Stroum Lectures, ‘Hebrew and the Creative Imagination,’ hosted by the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies of the University of Washington.”
And ICYMI: a note about a new essay of mine, on being a “3G” writer.
Photo Credit: Reut Miryam Cohen
May it be a good and peaceful Shabbat for all. Shabbat shalom.