Dr. Nora Gold, writer, editor and activist
Nora Gold’s Fields of Exile won the 2015 Canadian Jewish Literary Award. Fields of Exile is the first novel about anti-Israelism on campus, and it received enthusiastic reviews and praise from Cynthia Ozick, Phyllis Chesler, Thane Rosenbaum, Irwin Cotler, Steve Stern, Nava Semel, Ellen Frankel, Naim Kattan, Alice Shalvi, and Ann Birstein.
Gold is also the author of the acclaimed Marrow and Other Stories, which won the 1999 Canadian Jewish Book Award, and was praised by Alice Munro.
Gold’s third book, The Dead Man, will be published this May.
In addition to being a writer, Gold is the creator and editor of the prestigious online literary journal Jewish Fiction .net, the organizer of the Wonderful Women Writers Series, the Writer-in-Residence and an Associate Scholar at CSWE/OISE/University of Toronto, and a community activist.
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