Are you an aspiring novelist in Israel? Take Jessamyn's writing workshop: "First Impressions: Opening Your Novel" at WriteSpace Jerusalem.
Jessamyn will be joining a discussion panel in honor of the launch of Germany Close Up's essay collection, "My Own Private Germany."
The Gala will honour the winners of this year's J.I. Segal Awards from the Jewish Public Library of Montreal. Jessamyn will be accepting the award for English Fiction and Poetry for her novel Safekeeping.
Jessamyn will be giving an author talk to the Museum of Jewish Heritage's "Young Friends Book Club."
Jessamyn will be giving an author talk at Congregation Or Zarua on the Upper East Side.
Jessamyn Hope will be leading a generative session in memoir writing and participating in "The First Book," an authors' panel about releasing a debut.
Jessamyn Hope will be visiting the Mid-Island Y to discuss Safekeeping with Long Island readers.
Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) will be joining Mike Kelly (The Bus on Jaffa Road) to discuss their books at the first annual Collier County Jewish Book Festival in Naples, Florida.
Come to the East Village to hear Jessamyn Hope reading with Janice Eidus and Alan Kaufman, accompanied by the visual art of Hope Kroll.
As part of the Fort Lauderdale Jewish Book Festival, Jessamyn Hope will be joining fellow novelists Nomi Eve & Sigal Samuel for an authors luncheon — an appetizing event sure to satisfy your literary cravings.
Join Jessamyn Hope in a discussion about Safekeeping—her novel set on a kibbutz in Israel—and the real-life stories that inspired it. Refreshments will be served.
Jessamyn Hope will be participating in the Third Annual Toronto Jewish Literary Festival. Join her for a discussion about her debut novel, Safekeeping, writing fiction, Israel, and more. Refreshments will be served.
Join in a special evening celebrating the launch of Best Canadian Essays 2015, with readings by BCE 2015 contributors and Tightrope nonfiction authors, including Jessamyn Hope.
Jessamyn Hope will be joining an exciting roster of writers at the Dallas Jewish BookFest to introduce her new novel, Safekeeping. Join her in a discussion about the novel and the life stories that inspired it.
Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) will be joining Sigal Samuel (The Mystics of Mile End) to discuss their debut novels at the annual Fiction Panel Luncheon, moderated by Festival Chair, Ellen Comisar.
Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) will be joining Talia Carner (Hotel Moscow) for the Lunch with the Authors Event at the 64th Annual Jewish Book Fair in Detroit.
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.
Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) and Sigal Samuel (The Mystics of Mile End) will be reading and signing their debut novels in Montreal, where they were born and raised.
Jessamyn Hope will be reading and signing Safekeeping in the West Island of Montreal, where she spent the first eighteen years of her life.
Jessamyn Hope will be reading Safekeeping and speaking to readers.
Jessamyn Hope will be participating in University Synagogue's "People of the Book" series, reading from the novel and taking questions. The event is on the patio and open to the public.
Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) and Laura Nicole Diamond (Shelter Us) speak to Gina B. Nahai (The Luminous Heart of Jonah S.) about their newly released debut novels.
Scribblers on the Roof reading series is in its 16th year! Join us on the roof of Ansche Chesed to hear Jessamyn Hope and Jonathan Papernick read from their debut novels.
Join Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping). Sara Novic (Girl at War), and Tracy O'Neill (The Hopeful) in a discussion about writing, publishing, and releasing their debuts novels.
A reading with Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping), Alan Cheuse (Prayers for the Living), and Jonathan Papernick (The Book of Stone).
Join Jessamyn Hope (Safekeeping) and Jonathan Papernick (The Book of Stone) as they read at Hoboken's new, hip independent bookstore.
Two authors from Fig Tree Books, a new publisher focused on the literature of the American Jewish experience, present their debut novels.
Kick off your summer reading by meeting four excellent women authors! Melissa Falcon Field, Jessamyn Hope, Andrea Lochen and Judith Claire Mitchell. . .
Join Jessamyn as she celebrates the release of Safekeeping in Canada, where she was born and raised.