Love Letters of the Aleph Bet (virtual)
When you grow up in a family of writers and have a personal affinity for the Hebrew alphabet, it follows that you’d likely pen a book. Such was the impetus for Sharon Salinger’s, Love Letters: Poetry of the Aleph Bet, which she wrote and illustrated. Join her for an inspirational reading and reflection on her famous family members that include her Nobel Prize winning great-uncle, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and her grandfather, novelist I.J. Singer, a Polish-born Jewish-American novelist who wrote in Yiddish.
Regarding her book, Salinger said, “The themes of these poems are what we as human beings have always needed in every place and age – hope, love, connection, and a sense that our lives have meaning and that what we do matters.”
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- Tuesday, March 9, 2021
- 7:00pm - 8:00pm