Book Club at the Sperber: The Last Interview (Tues)
Tuesday, 2pm-3pm PDT
Prerequisite Note: Due to the virtual setting of this class, you must have computer capability, including internet access, in order to participate. A camera is also optimal but not required.
Join us for a lively discussion about The Last Interview, by Eshkol Nevo, with facilitator Lori Sagarin.
A writer tries to answer a set of interview questions sent to him by a website editor. At first, they stick to the standard fare: Did you always know you would be a writer? How autobiographical are your books? Have you written any stories you would never publish? Usually his answers in these situations are measured, calculated, cautious. But this time, when his heart is about to break and his life is about to crumble, he finds he cannot tell anything but the truth. The naked, funny, sad, scandalous, politically incorrect truth.
The Sperber Library holds (1) digital copy of The Last Interview, available for check-out on our digital platform.
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Lori B. Sagarin is the Director of Congregational Learning at Temple Beth Israel in Skokie, Illinois where she has served for the last 24 years. She is a past president of the National Association of Temple Educators (now ARJE), the professional organization for Reform Educators worldwide. In addition to her congregational work, Sagarin serves as a consultant for The iCenter, the North American address for Israel education. She oversees the mentoring program for the iFellows initiative for over 350 graduate students in Jewish professional programs.