Join us to hear Morristown resident speak about his new book, The Clay Urn, a “gripping story of humanity, love, and finding beauty in a war-torn life” in Israel. A novella with themes of family, romance, and war, The Clay Urn has been described as “a powerful and timeless story that touches audiences with its humanity and connection.” This discussion will focus on the author’s experience living in Israel in the 1980’s, serving in the Israeli military during the Palestinian uprising, and how tragedy shapes the fictional characters’ identities in his book. Free ZOOM program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for code to join event.
About our speaker: Paul Rabinowitz’s photography, poetry and short fiction have appeared in Long Exposure Magazine, Linden Avenue Literary Journal, Pif Magazine, and others. He is the author of Limited Light, a collection of black and white portraits of artists, and the novella, The Clay Urn (Main Street Rag, 2020). The founder of the nonprofit, ARTS By The People, he has produced multimedia performances and poetry animation films that have appeared on stages and in theaters in New York City, New Jersey, Tel Aviv, and Paris. In the 1980s, Paul lived in Israel and served in an infantry unit in the army and a reconnaissance unit in the reserves. For more information visit www.paulrabinowitz.com.