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Scribblers on the Roof

Jewish writers read from their recent work. Tonight: Sam Graham-Felsen on on his coming-of-age novel "Green," and Joshua Max Feldman ("The Book of Jonah") on his new novel "Start Wothout Me." 

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Steve Shepard in Conversation With Sandee Brawarsky: "A Literary Journey to Jewish Identity"

A talk about Shepard's new book "A Literary Journey to Jewish Identity: Re-Reading Bellow, Roth, Malamud, Ozick, and Other Great Jewish Writers." Books will be available for sale.

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Scribblers on the Roof

(Jun. 18-Aug.6) — Jewish writers read from their recent work. Tonight: Sally Koslow's "Another Side of Paradise" is set in Hollywood, and Allan Appel's "The Book of Norman" probes Mormon-Jewish relations.

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"The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War": A Reading by Jane Rosenberg LaForge

A great war, a great love, and the mythology that unites them; "The Hawkman" is a lyrical, grown-up adaptation of Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve's beloved 1740 classic, "The Beauty and the Beast."

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Bloomsday on Broadway XXXVII

Symphony Space and Irish Arts Center present the annual rite of spring celebrating life, love, language and "Ireland's most famous Jew" with a chorus of Mollys, Joyceans, musicians and actors from stage and screen.

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Summer Reading Series: 'The Legacy'

Writers Make the Best Detectives

Rachel Kadish ("The Weight of Ink") and Lisa Moses Leff ("The Archive Thief") in a conversation moderated by Stephanie Butnick ("Unorthodox" podcast). With wine, refreshments + open Jewish Museum galleries.

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Amir Or and Friends

Israeli poet Amir Or, in a rare visit to New York, celebrates the publication of his latest collection, "Wings," translated by Seth Michelson, in a festive joint reading with five American poets.

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Are Democracy and Tolerance on The Decline? Why? And what to Do?

A panel of experts will analyze the causes of the current historical shift and address ways to protect democracy, freedom and human rights in the society of the future.

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LaborTalks: Sarah Kessler

The author will join us to discuss her new book, "Gigged: The End of the Job and the Future of Work." Light snacks and refreshments provided.

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