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MJBW Summer Reading Guide
Join us online on Tuesday 10 November at 8pm AEDT for our Summer Reading Guide.

What happens when three Jewish literary tragics enter a room to talk books? (Admittedly, it is a virtual room.)

Expect passions to be stirred, differences of opinion to be had, raucous laughter and a river of tears to be experienced – and that’s only at your end.

It’s Melbourne Jewish Book Week’s bookish version of Margaret and David.

Elissa, Bram and Tali will be previewing some of the biggest forthcoming books, talking about their recent reads and what books they’re looking forward to reading over summer.

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

Nov 10, 2020 08:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Tali Lavi
Tali Lavi is a writer and critic (Australian Book Review, The Monthly, Magpies, Sydney Review of Books). She has interviewed writers for Melbourne Jewish Book Week, Melbourne Writers Festival, Adelaide Writers’ Week and Sydney Jewish Writers Festival. Tali has an MA in Creative Writing (RMIT University). She is former Program Co-Manager for Melbourne Jewish Book Week.
Elissa Goldstein
Elissa Goldstein is the acting chief subeditor at Broadsheet. Previously she worked at Tablet in New York, where she co-produced the podcast Unorthodox. She has a BA in media and communications from Melbourne University and an MFA in creative writing from Brooklyn College.
Bram Presser
Bram Presser is a multiple award-winning writer. His debut novel, The Book of Dirt, won the 2018 Goldberg Prize for Debut Fiction in the US National Jewish Book Awards, and in Australia the same year, the Voss Literary prize and three awards in the 2018 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards: the Christina Stead Prize for Fiction, the UTS Glenda Adams Award for New Writing and The People’s Choice Award.