Sperber Short Story Discussion: Eshkol Nevo, Session 3

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Event Time
2:00 PM


Event Details

Sperber Short Story Discussion: Eshkol Nevo, Session 3

2:00pm-3:00pm PDT

Join us in a class focusing on one of the novellas from, "Three Floors Up" by popular Israeli author Eshkol Nevo. This novel examines a society in crisis through the lens of one Tel Aviv apartment building's residents, with their secret turmoils, unreliable confessions, and problematic choices. Each fascinating story stands on its own and will be discussed separately. (Participants must purchase or check out the book independently). 

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In Session 3, we will be discussing the first story in this collection, "Floor Three."

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Please Note: Your Zoom invitation will be emailed to you separately upon registration. If you do not receive a link, please contact wcce [at] aju.edu.


dan schrifin

A former columnist for both New York Jewish Week and the jJewish Newsweekly of Northern California, Dan Schifrin has taught creative writing at UC Berkeley, San Francisco State, and Stanford University Continuing Studies, and served as writer-in-residence at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. He is the author, among other things, of the play “Sweet and Sour;” the one-man show “String Theory”; and a forthcoming memoir about fatherhood and science fiction. As part of a LABA Fellowship at the JCC of the East Bay, Dan is writing a play about medieval Jewish Spain and its influence on twenty-first-century America. His essays and stories have appeared in the Los Angeles TimesSan Francisco Chronicle and McSweeneys, and he is the winner of the 2016 Wilner Award for Short Fiction from San Francisco State University. He recently founded StoryForward, which provides programming around the intersection of story and community.

Event Contact
Contact Name
The Whizin Center for Continuing Education
Phone Number
(310) 440-1572