Special Guest Speaker: Eshkol Nevo
April 8 during 7 pm service
“Nevo masterfully explores the dualities of life in Israel, and delicately draws out the hope and love submerged in the hearts of its citizens”—Publisher Weekly
On Friday, April 8, Eshkol Nevo will speak at 7 pm at The Temple’s regular Shabbat Service.
Eshkol Nevo was born in 1971 in Jerusalem. He is a writer and a creative writing teacher. His best-selling novel, “Homesick” (2004), was awarded the Reimond Vallier prize in France (2008), shortlisted for the Sapir prize in Israel (2005), and longlisted for the Independent Prize in the UK (2009).His novel, “Neuland” (2011), sold more than 130,000 copies in Israel and was awarded the “Steimatzky Prize” for “book of the year”.
Eshkol Nevo’s topic will be “Zionism, Shamanism, and the Wish for Home & Neuland.” All community members are invited to attend and hear this great speaker. Books will be available for purchase after the service.