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MJBW Seasonal Bookclub - The Believer: Encounters with love, death & faith
In the beautifully crafted The Believer: Encounters with Love, Death & Faith, we learn how people respond in various ways to the world's complexities. Some surrender themselves to the unknown, others are dogged in their steadfast certainty and then there are those who open themselves up to the potential of human fragility and humility. Join us for our upcoming Winter Book Club session, as journalist Meredith Lake talks to multi-award winning author Sarah Krasnostein about her explorations into the fascinating and labyrinthine realm of belief.

Purchase your copy now, read it before the live interview, then register, log in and join our book club session on Tuesday 13 July at 8pm..

Or just register, log in, listen and read the book afterwards.

We look forward to welcoming you.

MJBW is proud to present this free, live event via zoom. Registrations are necessary, donations are optional and can be made via the donation button on our website - https://melbournejewishbookweek.com.au.

Jul 13, 2021 08:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Sarah Krasnostein
Sarah Krasnostein is a writer. She is admitted to legal practice in Australia and America, and holds a doctorate in criminal law. She is the best-selling author of The Trauma Cleaner, which won the Victorian Prize for Literature, the Victorian Premier’s Prize for Non- Fiction, the Australian Book Industry Award for General Non-Fiction and the Dobbie Literary Award. It jointly won the Douglas Stewart Prize for non-fiction at the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, was longlisted for the Walkley Book Award and was shortlisted for the National Biography Award, the Melbourne Prize for Literature and the Wellcome Book Prize (UK). Her work has appeared in a variety of publications and academic journals in Australia, the UK and America.
Meredith Lake
Meredith Lake is the presenter of Soul Search, on ABC Radio National, and an Honorary Associate of the Department of History at the University of Sydney. Her most recent book is The Bible in Australia: a cultural history (NewSouth), winner of the 2019 Prime Minister's Literary Award for Australian history, and the 2020 Adelaide Festival prize for Non-fiction.