By Bud Parr
If you've read Etgar Keret's stories you know they're as addicting as they are short. You probably find yourself retelling or even reading them to your friends. Well how about sharing your favorite Keret story with us? Send the name of your favorite story to [email protected] or leave a comment here and include a sentence from the story and maybe even a bit about why you like it. We'll post them here on the blog.
We'll return the favor by sending one submitter, chosen randomly, a signed copy of Keret's latest book.
And just so you know, Etgar's signed books are unique. In my copy of The Bus Driver Who Wanted to be God he doodled a sheep on a skateboard.
And of course stay tuned for tons of great discussions of Keret's work here on the blog and our Conversations on Great Contemporary Literature event discussing Girl on the Fridge Thursday March 5th at 7pm at Idlewild Books (12 W. 19th Street New York, NY) (click here for more information)
This copy is for your personal, noncommercial use only. You can order presentation-ready copies for distribution by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.