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Sun, Oct 23


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Literary Modiin - October 2022 Author Event

Join Literary Modiin for our October Author Event, featuring Sara Lippmann (Lech), Martha Toll (Three Muses) and Diana Bletter (A Remarkable Kindness)

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Literary Modiin - October 2022 Author Event
Literary Modiin - October 2022 Author Event

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Oct 23, 2022, 8:00 PM GMT+3

Zoom book event

About the Event

About the authors:

Diana Bletter is author of several books, including National Jewish Book Award Finalist The Invisible Thread: A Portrait of Jewish American Women (Jewish Publication Society), the novel, A Remarkable Kindness (HarperCollins) and a memoir, The Mom Who Took Off On Her Motorcycle. She is the First Place Winner of the 2019 Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation Short Fiction Contest. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, Tablet, Glamour, Jewish Fiction, The North American Review, Times of Israel, and many other publications. A Cornell University graduate and former New Yorker, Diana lives in a small beach village in the Western Galilee with her husband and family where she is a member of the hevra kadisha and participates in a community group with Jewish, Muslim, Druze and Christian women. Find out more about her work at

Sara Lippmann is the author of the novel Lech and the story collections Doll Palace, re-released by 7.13 Books, and Jerks from Mason Jar Press. Her work has been honored by the New York Foundation for the Arts, and has appeared in The Millions, The Washington Post, Best Small Fictions, Epiphany, Split Lip and elsewhere. She teaches with Jericho Writers and lives with her family in Brooklyn. Find her online at

Martha Anne Toll writes fiction, essays, and book reviews, and reads anything that’s not nailed down. Her debut novel, Three Muses, won the Petrichor Prize for Finely Crafted Fiction and is forthcoming from Regal House Publishing on September 20, 2022. Toll brings a long career in social justice to her work covering BIPOC and women writers. She is a book reviewer and author interviewer at NPR Books, the Washington Post, Pointe Magazine, The Millions, and elsewhere. She also publishes short fiction and essays in a wide variety of outlets. Toll has recently joined the Board of Directors of the PEN/Faulkner Foundation. 

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