Israeli Authors Forum
October 26, 2010
The Bildner Center, 12 College Avenue, College Ave Campus
Govrin will discuss her recent book, Hold On to the Sun, which includes short stories originally published in Hebrew in 1984 as well as recent writings and an interview with Govrin, thus tracing her trajectory as a writer.
Michal Govrin, a novelist, poet, and theater director, is the author of nine books of fiction and poetry. Her novel The Name won the Kugel Literary Prize in Israel. Her second novel, Snapshots, was awarded the 2003 Acum Prize for the best literary achievement of the year. Govrin has also been selected by the Salon du Livre as one of the most influential writers of the past thirty years.
RSVP by October 15. Space is limited.