Cel­e­brate Jew­ish Book Month with #30days30authors! In hon­or of the 90th anniver­sary of Fan­ny Gold­stein’s trib­ute to Jew­ish books in the West End’s branch of the Boston Pub­lic Library, Jew­ish Book Coun­cil invit­ed 30 lead­ing authors, one for each day of the month, to answer a few questions. 

Seth M. Siegel is a writer, activist, and suc­cess­ful ser­i­al entre­pre­neur. Siegel is the author of the book Let There Be Water: Israel’s Solu­tion For A Water-Starved World, released by St. Martin’s Press in Sep­tem­ber, 2015. His essays on water and oth­er pol­i­cy issues have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Jour­nal, the Los Ange­les Times, among oth­er lead­ing pub­li­ca­tions. Siegel is a mem­ber of the Coun­cil on For­eign Rela­tions.

Seth M. Siegel is a lawyer, an activist, a ser­i­al entre­pre­neur, and the author of The New York Times best­seller, Let There Be Water. His writ­ing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Jour­nal, The Los Ange­les Times, and in lead­ing pub­li­ca­tions in Europe and Asia. He has spo­ken on water pol­i­cy hun­dreds of times around the world and in Con­gress, the Unit­ed Nations, the World Bank, and at dozens of lead­ing uni­ver­si­ties. He is mar­ried and lives in New York City.