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Jewish writers discuss their work

Baruch November, left, Elie Lichtschein, David Silverman, and Yehoshua November
Baruch November, left, Elie Lichtschein, David Silverman, and Yehoshua November

The Teaneck General Store hosts writers David Silverman, Elie Lichtschein, Baruch November, and Yehoshua November on Sunday, August 23, at 7:30 p.m. Silverman is a poet, financier, and community activist from Skokie, Ill. Lichtschein, who earned a master’s degree in creative writing from the New School, wrote a mystical-fantasy novel. Baruch November, who teaches writing and literature at Touro College, has had his poems and short fiction published. Yehoshua November is the author of “God’s Optimism,” a L.A. Times Poetry Book of the Year finalist.

The store is at 502a Cedar Lane in Teaneck. For information, call (201) 530-5046.

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