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Lee Kofman on memory, language and whether writing can be taught

The Russian-Israeli-Australian author of eight books opens up to Ramona Koval about her early life, the post-October 7 climate for Jewish creatives, and her decades spent wrestling with craft of writing in an event hosted by the Lamm Jewish Library.
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Published: 6 June 2024

Last updated: 7 June 2024

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Ramona Koval

Ramona Koval is a writer, journalist, and former ABC broadcaster. She is an Honorary Fellow in the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University.


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