A writer identified and identifies

Author Francesca Segal’s post-festival residency ‘is an incredible opportunity to absorb some inspiration’.

May 3, 2018 19:39
A writer identified and identifies

Francesca Segal. (photo credit: LAURA ALICE HART)


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The sixth International Jerusalem Writers Festival takes place at its regular berth of Mishkenot Sha’ananim from May 8 to 11. As usual, there will be a mix of local scribes and their fellow professionals from foreign climes.

It is not just a matter of getting non-Israeli writers here, to illuminate us about the inner machinations of their oeuvre; there are some fascinating confluences lined up for us over the four days, with authors from here, there and everywhere not only talking about their own work but also about areas common to all the discoursers.


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