Tali Lavi

Tali Lavi is a critic, writer and public interviewer whose work has appeared in The Jewish Quarterly, Australian Book Review, The Saturday Paper and Sydney Review of Books, amongst others. ‘Counting’, an essay, was published in Marina Benjamin’s Garden Among Fires: A Lockdown Anthology. Tali has interviewed writers for Melbourne Jewish Book Week, Adelaide Writers’ Week, The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Writers Festival and Sydney Writers’ Festival. She is on the programming team for Melbourne Jewish Book Week.


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Love, regardless

Love, regardless is a collection of poetic narratives that celebrate love that endures.  As a culture we are inundated by romantic narratives which dramatise the passionate beginnings of young love and/or detail its devastating, torturous endings.  But what about couples who survive the years together and remain committed, devoted?  What do we know about their…

Monday May 30, 2022

Keynote Conversation: David Grossman

In a Melbourne first, one of the most respected writers of our times, David Grossman, will speak to Tali Lavi in an intimate conversation about love, vulnerability and home, encompassing his recent novel More Than I Love My Life, and his life’s work. David Grossman is an international guest and will be appearing via live…

Tuesday May 31, 2022