Nobody said it was going to be fun: Etgar Keret

Where: Columbia University, Dodge 501, New York, NY

On Transcending Politics, Translating Politics, Israeli Politics, Bus Driver Politics, and Grandmas with Guns

Join the Center for Literary Translation for an evening with Israeli author and filmmaker Etgar Keret.

One of the most successful Israeli writers today, Keret’s work has been published in The New York Times, Le Monde, The Guardian, The Paris Review and more. Keret`s books have been published in 28 languages, 34 countries, and counting.

He has also won the Cannes Film Festival`s “Camera d`Or” Award with his wife Shira Gefen for their film Jellyfish. This event will feature a screening of their film “What about me?”

Presented by the Center for Literary Translation, Columbia University School of the Arts Writing Program

For more information visit – http://centerforliterarytranslation.org/

Free and open to the public.


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