Sperber Short Story Discussion: October
Wednesday, 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 in discussing Jewish-themed short stories! This month, our facilitator will be writer and teacher, Michelle Brafman. Our short story will be "The Story," from Edith Pearlman's collection, Binocular Vision.
Please note that all participants are responsible for accessing and reading the story beforehand. Although this title was not available via our digital collection, we recommend buying it used on Amazon (link here).
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Michelle Brafman is a writer, teacher, and frequenter of book groups. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Slate, LitHub, Tablet, The Nervous Breakdown, and elsewhere, and her debut novel Washing the Dead was included in Book Riot’s list of 100 must-read books about women and religion. She’s spoken about her books, Washing the Dead and Bertrand Court, at more than 160 venues, including book stores, classrooms, synagogues, literary festivals, and myriad book clubs.
Michelle also teaches fiction writing at the Johns Hopkins University MA in Writing Program and offers private workshops. She is frequently asked to lead book talks at various literary events. Her goal for all her teaching and facilitating is to bring out the participants’ voices and create community. Michelle lives in Glen Echo, Maryland with her husband and two children. To find out more, visit her website at: www.michellebrafman.com