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David on “Teshuvah in an Election Season”!

“The fate of other people rests to some extent on my actions, actions that can be either righteous or unrighteous, just or unjust, selfish or generous, lazy or determined. And there’s also the possibility of inaction, whether motivated by cynicism … Continue reading

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David Speaks at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas!

This May, David was honored to be part of Temple Micah’s annual “Festival of Dangerous Ideas,” in celebration of the holiday of Shavuot, a holiday about truth and revelation. David’s fifteen-minute talk, entitled “Telling the Story You’re Not Allowed to … Continue reading

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Into the Wilderness gets a strong review from the Jewish Book Council!

“In these fourteen powerful stories, David Ebenbach explores the theme of parenthood,” writes Judith Felsenfeld of the Jewish Book Council. “Always, the writing is minutely observed, the dialogue pitch-perfect, as evidenced as well in his fine first collection, Between Camelots.” … Continue reading

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The Artist’s Torah Gets a Nice Review from Lilith Magazine!

Bonnie Beth Chernin of Lilith writes, among other things: “With graceful interpretive understanding, Ebenbach rises to the challenge and finds meaning for a creative life.” Check out the rest of the review here!

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The Artist’s Torah is here!

The Artist’s Torah, David’s new book about the creative process, is now available! Check here for details!

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David Blogs for the JBC: What Makes a Short Story Jewish?

All this week, David is blogging for the Jewish Book Council, and his first post is entitled “What Makes a Short Story Jewish?” Check it out!

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