Sunday, December 11, 2022
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (ET)
Seating is first come, first served and requires general registration.
What does it mean to be the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor? Many in the third generation have been influenced by the experiences of their grandparents in both overt and hidden ways. These influences touch everything from sense of self to their work as writers. In this panel discussion moderated by Jewish Currents’ Arielle Angel, authors Linda Kinstler, Menachem Kaiser, and Helen Betya Rubinstein will discuss their experiences and work.
Linda Kinstler is the author of Come to This Court and Cry: How the Holocaust Ends. She is a contributing writer for Jewish Currents, and her award-winning journalism has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, The Atlantic, The Economist, and more. She is completing a PhD in Rhetoric at U.C. Berkeley.
Menachem Kaiser is the author of the memoir Plunder, a New York Times Critics Best Book of 2021, and the winner of the 2022 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature.
Helen Betya Rubinstein‘s essays and fiction have appeared in Gulf Coast, The Kenyon Review, The Paris Review Daily, Literary Hub, and Jewish Currents, where she is a contributing writer. Her book Feels Like Trouble: Transgressive Takes on Teaching, Writing, and Publishing is forthcoming. She teaches at The New School and works one-on-one with other writers as a coach.
Arielle Angel is the editor-in-chief of Jewish Currents. She was a 2018 New Jewish Culture Fellow and a 2016 Fellow at Tent: Creative Writing at The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. In addition to Jewish Currents, her work has appeared in The Guardian, Guernica, Off Assignment, and Protocols.
Photo Credit: Linda Kinstler © Pete Kiehart.
Co-presented by Jewish Currents.