Tag Archives: Evan Fallenberg

Making it “True”

On Tuesday, Evan Fallenberg explored writing elaborate lies with convincing details. Today, he further explores how much of his fiction is “true”.
“How much of my book is true?” I could say ‘all of it,’ I could say ‘none of it,’ and both answers would be correct.

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Elaborate Lies with Convincing Details

Evan Fallenberg is the author of When We Danced on Water, a novel. He will be blogging all week for MyJewishLearning and the Jewish Book Council‘s Author Blog.
I am probably a writer of fiction (as opposed to nonfiction) because from a very early age I loved to tell elaborate lies with convincing details.  Continue reading here.

It’s Officially NETWORK Season

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter

…and we’re off! It’s NETWORK season! That means, of course, fantastic authors will be travelling this fall to a community near you. And, even sooner…to a browser near you. Continue reading here.

J Lit Links

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Music Pairings

Posted by Naomi Firestone

I’ve recently spent some time on the Largehearted Boy blog, enjoying his Book Notes series, in which authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published books.

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A Word from the Israeli Literary Front

Posted by Naomi Firestone
The Jewish Book Council has spent the past few days at Jerusalem International Book Fair and so, keeping with the Israel theme, we offer you two resources to further enhance your experience as a reader of Israeli literature both outside of, and within, Israel.  Continue reading here.