This Month at Novel Jews

Published February 25, 2005, issue of February 25, 2005.
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NOVEL JEWS is a downtown reading series that presents provocative and enlightening fiction and literary nonfiction by both today’s literary superstars and the emerging voices of tomorrow. It is co-sponsored by the Sol Goldman 14th Street Y, the JCC in Manhattan and the Forward.

Jonathan Wilson is the author of two works of fiction, “The Hiding Room” and “Schoom,” and two critical works on the novels of Saul Bellow. His work appears frequently in The New Yorker, The New York Times Book Review, The Boston Globe, the Times Literary Supplement, the Forward, Tikkun and Ploughshares, among other publications. Currently, he is Fletcher Professor of Rhetoric and Debate, professor of English and chair of the English department at Tufts University.

Yael Goldstein’s short stories and essays have appeared in “Commentary,” “Sh’ma” and “Who We Are” (Knopf Online), among other places and publications. She graduated from Harvard College in 2000 and now lives in Princeton, N.J.

When: March 9 at 7 p.m.

Where: KGB Bar, 85 East 4th Street, New York, NY

For more information on the series, please contact Alyssa Abrahamson, director of Jewish adult and arts programs, 14th Street Y, at Alyssa_Abrahamson@edalliance.org.






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