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A presentation with David Ehrlich

Tonight in San Francisco, A Wider Bridge co-sponsors a Jewish Community Library program with gay Israeli author David Ehrlich, who will talk about his latest book “Who Will Die Last” (Tuesday, October 15 at 7 pm.)

16270566Simultaneously hilarious and heartbreaking, David Ehrlich’s recent collection of short stories, Who Will Die Last, is an original and moving work of fiction. Ehrlich’s themes relate to gay life in Israel, the pull of loneliness, and the power of community, while Israel’s history, landscape, and conflict provide the backdrop. Founder of Jerusalem’s well known literary café Tmol-Shilshom, David Ehrlich has been an active participant in Israel’s cultural scene and has been a witness to the changing views in Israeli society towards LGBTQ people.

David Ehrlich has published two previous books of short stories in Hebrew, 18 Blue and Tuesday and Thursday Mornings. His blog posts are featured on The Arty Semite and My Jewish Learning’s author blog series, Members of the Scribe.


The Jewish Community Library in San Francisco
Tuesday, October 15, 20137:00PM – 8:30PM
FREE and no RSVP necessary
Click here for a full catalogue of the full Jewish LearningWorks program (Ehrlich’s program is featured on page 12)

The Jewish Community Library is located at 1835 Ellis Street; between Scott and Pierce on the campus of the Jewish Community High School. There is free garage parking at the entrance on Pierce Street between Ellis and Eddy. The building is wheelchair accessible.

Sponsored by the Jewish Community Library and TCI, programs of Jewish LearningWorks Co-sponsored by the Israel Center, BlueStar, and A Wider Bridge Co-presented by Congregation Sha’ar Zahav, and the Jewish Community High School for the Bay



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