Day After Night
Spertus welcomed bestselling author Anita Diamant to Chicago to discuss her newest novel, Day After Night.
Day After Night is based on the true story of the October 1945 rescue of more than 200 prisoners from the British-run Atlit internment camp for “illegal” immigrants near the Mediterranean coast north of Haifa.
Anita Diamant is a prizewinning journalist and author. Among her books are a series about contemporary Jewish practice, a collection of essays called Pitching My Tent, and three bestselling works of fiction, Good Harbor, The Last Days of Dogtown, and her first novel, The Red Tent, a word-of-mouth sensation published in more than 25 countries.