Whose novel "Sway" was a Los Angeles Times best book of 2008, will discuss his novel "I Pity the Poor Immigrant" about the American gangster Meyer Lansky and his dream of emigrating to Israel. The event is part of the Jewish Literary Festival
Hilma Wolitzer, the author of "An Available Man" and Meg Wolitzer, author of "The Interestings" and "Belzhar," will discuss the influence of family on their writing. The event is part of hte Jewish Literary Festival
Westheimer, renowned sex therapist and Singerman, an authority on classical literature in medieval and Renaissance Europe, will discuss their book "Myths of Love: Echoes of Ancient Mythology in the Modern Romantic Imagination"
The host and classical music programmer for SiriusXM Radio's "Symphony Hall," will discuss his book "Alex's Wake: A Voyage of Betrayal and a Journey of Remembrance." The event is part of the Jewish Literary Festival
The author of the bestselling novels "Super Sad True Love Story" and "The Russian Debutante's Handbook," will discuss his memoir "Little Failure," in conversation with NPR's Alan Cheuse. The event is part of the Jewish Literary Festival
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