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"The Girl on the Fridge"

Apr. 21st, 2008 | 09:28 am

Book cover
"The Girl on the Fridge" is out (15th of April 2008)
Here are a couple of reviews:

Village Voice
By his own metric, Keret (whose last collection was The Nimrod Flipout) is the raging asthmatic of short-fiction writers, his words chosen and few, his stories issued with the urgency of an inhaler's blast.
San Diego Union-Tribune
Rarely are stories as economical as Keret's, and rarely are economical stories as affecting as these. Keret, an Israeli writer whose work has been featured on “This American Life” and “Selected Shorts,” explores the nature of violence and alienation from a surreal, whimsical perspective in writings that rarely exceeds five pages in length. Even the most impatient reader has time for these quick reads.

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"Jellyfish" got 4 out of five stars at Monsters and Critics

Apr. 21st, 2008 | 10:11 am

Monsters and Critics Movie Review: Jellyfish (Meduzot)
A fresh look at the power of cinema to plump the depths of the sub conscious. This is not an easy film to watch. The audience has to work, but the result is worth it.
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