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Norman Ravvin


Norman Ravvin is a professor of religions and cultures at Concordia University.
His fiction and non-fiction have appeared in journals, magazines and newspapers across the country, as well as on CBC Radio.
He is the co-editor of The Canadian Jewish Studies Reader and editor of Not Quite Mainstream: Canadian Jewish Short Stories, as well as the Hungry I imprint based in Montreal, which focuses on Canadian Jewish writing.
A native of Calgary, he lived in Vancouver, Toronto and Fredericton before settling in Montreal with his family.

Books by Norman Ravvin

Joyful-child-cover The Joyful Child

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