"At the Hour Between Dog and Wolf," a novel

A reading with author Tara Ison, in conversation with Meredith Hall.

At the Hour Between Dog and Wolf is the story of a young Jewish girl living in hiding as a Catholic orphan in WWII France. The novel explores the insidious effects of extremist right-wing, anti-Semitic, and fascist ideologies.




Interests: Arts & Culture
February 25, 2023
3:00 PM
1 Ferry Building
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco


Organized By: 
Book Passage/Tara Ison
Event Contact Person: 
Paula Farmer
Tara Ison
Tara Ison is the author of the novels "The List" (Scribner), "A Child out of Alcatraz" (Faber & Faber, Inc.), a Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and Rockaway (Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press), featured as one of the "Best Books of Summer" in O, The Oprah Magazine, July 2013. Her essay collection, "Reeling Through Life: How I Learned to Live, Love, and Die at the Movies," Winner of the PEN Southwest Book Award for Best Creative Nonfiction, and her short story collection Ball, were both published in 2015 by Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press.

At the "Hour Between Dog and Wolf," a novel of life in WWII collaborationist France, is forthcoming from Ig Publishing in February 2023.

Learn more about Tara Ison on her website at https://taraison.com/
Meredith Hall
Meredith Hall's memoir Without a Map was instantly recognized as a classic of the genre and became a New York Times bestseller. It was named a best book of the year by Kirkus and BookSense, and was an Elle magazine Reader’s Pick of the Year. Hall was a recipient of the 2004 Gift of Freedom Award from A Room of Her Own Foundation. Her work has appeared in Five Points, The Gettysburg Review, The Kenyon Review, The Southern Review, The New York Times, and many other publications. Hall divides her time between Maine and California.