Sun, Feb 28 | Zoom Event

Literary Modiin - February 2021 Author Event

Literary Modiin's February Author Event, featuring: - Jennifer Rosner, author of The Yellow Bird Sings - Lori Banov Kaufmann, author of Rebel Daughter - L. Bordetsky-Williams, author of Forget Russia
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Time & Location

Feb 28, 8:00 PM GMT+2
Zoom Event

About the Event

Join Literary Modiin for our February 2021 author event, featuring:

  • Jennifer Rosner, author of The Yellow Bird Sings
  • Lori Banov Kaufmann, author of Rebel Daughter
  • L. Bordetsky-Williams, author of Forget Russia

Jennifer Rosner is author of The Yellow Bird Sings, called "exquisite, heart-rending...an absolutely beautiful and necessary novel" by The New York Times Book Review and a Finalist for the National Jewish Book Award. Her previously published books include the memoir, If A Tree Falls: A Family's Quest to Hear and Be Heard, and the picture book, The Mitten String, a Sydney Taylor Book Award Notable. Her short writings have appeared in The New York Times, The Massachusetts Review, The Forward, and elsewhere. In addition to writing, Jennifer teaches philosophy. She received her B.A. from Columbia University and her Ph.D. from Stanford University. She lives in western Massachusetts with her family.

As soon as she learned of the discovery of the first-century tombstone that inspired this book, Lori Banov Kaufmann wanted to know more. She was captivated by the ancient love story the stone revealed and resolved to bring it back to life. Before becoming a full-time writer, Lori was a strategy consultant for high-tech companies. She has an AB from Princeton University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. She lives in Israel with her husband and four adult children. 

L. Bordetsky-Williams is the author of Forget Russia, published by Tailwinds Press, December 2020. She has also published the memoir, Letters to Virginia Woolf (Hamilton Books, 2005); The Artist as Outsider in the Novels of Toni Morrison and Virginia Woolf (Greenwood Press, 2000); and three poetry chapbooks (The Eighth Phrase (Porkbelly Press 2014), Sky Studies (Finishing Line Press 2014), and In the Early Morning Calling (Finishing Line Press, 2018)). She was a student in Moscow at the Pushkin Institute in 1980. Presently, she is a Professor of Literature at Ramapo College of New Jersey and lives in New York City.

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