Notes from Mishkenot Sha’ananim: Zeruya Shalev and Siri Hustvedt

In his last posts, Bob Goldfarb, a regular reviewer for Jewish Book World, wrote about the panel “Ashes and Ink: Contemporary Holocaust Writing” and about Amos Oz and Simon Sebag Montefiore in conversation. He is blogging here all week about the International Writers’ Festival at Mishkenot Sha’ananim in Jerusalem.

Israeli author Zeruya Shalev made an emblematic observation when she spoke at the biennial Writers’ Festival at Mishkenot Sha’ananim in Jerusalem. “It’s risky to meet the writer behind a book you love,” she remarked.  Continue reading here.

3 responses to “Notes from Mishkenot Sha’ananim: Zeruya Shalev and Siri Hustvedt

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