NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Midnight Oil Publishing is proud to announce Tel Aviv Stories: Life, Death, and Love in Israel's Unholy City (February 1, 2011), a collection of literary fiction by author Ashley Rindsberg. Comprised of six stories and one novella, Tel Aviv Stories takes readers from Israel's backstreets of beggars and whores, into the lives of exiled Russian virtuosos, through the immigrant experience of a young family, and into the tragedy and wealth of one of Israel's elite families.
Tel Aviv Stories "captures the beauty, grit, and humanity of one of the world's most fascinating cities," says Joe Conason, journalist and bestselling author.
"Rindsberg finds the enormity of even the smallest things," says David Deutsch of Heeb Magazine.
Midnight Oil Publishing's release of Tel Aviv Stories comes at a time when a flood of international artists, musicians, expats, and writers descend on the White City to find the underground culture spoken about from New York to LA to Berlin.
About the Author
Rindsberg is an international writer whose work has been cited by Foreign Policy's Passport, CNN.com, and Harvard's Martin Kramer. He has written for the Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, and Ynet, and was senior editor at Israel Insider. In 2003, Rindsberg worked with the Internet Archive and Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina) in Egypt to create a mobile book press for children in the Middle East.
About Midnight Oil Publishing
Midnight Oil Publishing is a publisher of literary fiction. Based in Tel Aviv, New York, and Paris, Midnight Oil Publishing seeks the best new voices in fiction from the around the world and uses the power of social media to create new audiences for them. Tel Aviv Stories is the first of many publications about Tel Aviv that Midnight Oil Publishing plans to release this year.
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