Etgar Keret: The Inner Life Of The (Very) Short Story

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Koffler Centre of the Arts presents an afternoon with the internationally acclaimed, award-winning Israeli writer. Known for his short stories, graphic novels, and scriptwriting for film and television, readers do not like Etgar Keret stories – they love them. Author Eric Beck Rubin will moderate a conversation with Keret that looks at how he uses memory, alchemy, satire, intimacy and exaggeration to create his unforgettable short tales, from 'The Bus Driver Who Wanted to be God' to his latest memoir 'The Seven Good Years'. Bring your questions – Q & A to follow.

Etgar Keret was awarded 2016 The Charles Bronfman Prize for 2016, which “recognizes young humanitarians whose work is inspired by their Jewish values and is of universal benefit to all people. The goal of the Prize is to recognize dynamic leaders whose innovation and impact serve as inspiration for the next generations.”

Sunday, September 25, 2016 | 2 PM
Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street

Event is FREE but registration is required to secure your spot! LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE.
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By: Koffler Centre of the Arts