Writers in Israel can join Jessamyn for an in-depth seminar on Narrative Point of View. After spending the day exploring the pros and cons of various POVs, participating writers will be better equipped to always choose the best POV for their short stories, novels, memoirs, and narrative essays.
Jessamyn will be giving an author talk to the Museum of Jewish Heritage's "Young Friends Book Club."
Jessamyn Hope will be leading a generative session in memoir writing and participating in "The First Book," an authors' panel about releasing a debut.
Join Jessamyn Hope and other authors and book lovers for two days of exclusive events celebrating books and the reading life.
Come to Book Riot Live: a book lovers' conference in New York City that captures the passion for books and sense of play of BookRiot.com, but in person. It will be two days of discussions, trivia tournaments, meet-and-greets, and other shindigs.
Jessamyn will be participating in a panel on "Faith and Literature" along with Beverly Jenkins and Abhishek Singh, moderated by Amanda Nelson. They will discuss the ways in which religion and culture interact on the page, and how their beliefs (or lack of belief) do (or do not) influence the story.
Novelists Mary Morris (The Jazz Palace), Jami Attenberg (Saint Mazie), and Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) sit down with author Michelle Brafman to discuss the common themes of their celebrated new works, which take us on journeys through space and time, and to reflect on their experiences as writers in the 21st century.
This is a featured event of the Hyman S. and Freda Bernstein Jewish Literary Festival of Washington D.C.
Jessamyn Hope will be joining The Lower East Side Live Jewish Book Group, which focuses on books by local authors, books by Jewish authors, and/or books set in Lower Manhattan. Safekeeping meets all these criteria since many of its flashbacks take place on Essex Street.