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Literary Modiin - March 2022 Author Event

Join Literary Modiin for our March author event, featuring Ben Sharafski (Returning to Carthage), Derek Miller (How to Find Your Way in the Dark), Pamela Braun Cohen (Hidden Heroes)

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Literary Modiin - March 2022 Author Event
Literary Modiin - March 2022 Author Event

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Mar 20, 2022, 8:00 PM GMT+2

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About the Event

Join Literary Modiin for our March author event on Sunday March 20, 2022, at 20:00 Israel time, 19:00 Central European tiem, 2 pm Eastern time, 1 pm Central time...(and in Sydney, 5 am on Monday, March 21)!

Ben Sharafski is an Israeli-Australian writer who lives in Sydney's Northern Beaches. His new book, Returning to Carthage, explores in a series of interlinked stories love, loss - and everything in between.

Derek B. Miller is an American novelist and international affairs professional. He is the author of six novels: Norwegian by Night, The Girl in Green, American by Day, Radio Life, the Audible Original novel Quiet Time, and most recently How to Find Your Way in the Dark, which was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award in two categories in 2021. His work has won a Crime Writers’ Association Dagger and the Goldsboro Last Laugh Award. His work has been nominated for or short-listed for the CWA Gold Dagger (twice), the Strand Magazine Critic's Award for Best First Novel, the American Bookseller's Association's Indie Choice Award, Barry Award for Best First Novel, and the Macavity Award for Best First Mystery among others. Miller is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College (BA), Georgetown (MA) and he earned his Ph.D. summa cum laude in international relations from The Graduate Institute in Geneva with post-graduate work at Linacre College, at Oxford. He has lived abroad for over twenty-five years in Israel, the United Kingdom, Hungary, Switzerland, Norway and Spain.

Haunted by the legacy of the Holocaust, Pamela Braun Cohen became an activist in the Soviet Jewry movement in the early 1970s. She served as co-chair of Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry from 1978 until 1986, when she became the national president of the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (UCSJ). Her leadership role took her to the halls of Congress and the White House and on frequent trips to the Soviet Union.  Cohen received the Humanitarian Award from the Raoul Wallenberg Committee of Chicago; the Medal of Honor from refuseniks; and a Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Spertus College of Judaica. She now lives in Jerusalem with her husband Leonard.

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