THURS, MAR 28, 10AM THIS PROGRAM WILL BE HELD AT SIEGAL’S LANDMARK BUILDING
$5 General; Free for Maltz Museum & Siegal Lifelong Learning Members
Sayed Kashua, once “the other” in his homeland of Israel, now finds himself “the other” in his new home
in St. Louis, Missouri. Through humor and satire, Kashua shares the challenges and struggles of living in a foreign land and the difficulties of writing about home from a distance. A book signing follows the talk.