Mid-Week Notes

Three quick things:

  1. There’s still time to join us this Sunday for a free introductory session using the Amherst Writers method of time-based prompts. This method has led me to generate fluid writing without my inner critique butting in. See for yourself! Write me at barbarakrasner(at)att(dot)net for details.
  2. One of our members is looking to join an online critique group of Jewish fiction writers, preferably with published participants. If interested, please contact me at the email address above.
  3. I couldn’t sleep last night after working all day on a paper and presentation about Displaced Persons in New Jersey for the American Jewish Historical Society’s Scholars Conference next week. The antidote? I read the poetry of Erika Meitner and the new book, Beloved Comrades, by my good friend Yermiyahu Ahron Taub, whom I’ll be interviewing for the Author’s Notebook very soon.

Be well. Stay well. Be safe indoors.

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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2 Responses to Mid-Week Notes

  1. dlrreads says:

    I would be interested in the writers group. I write short/micro/flash fiction. You can refer the group founder to my work at http://www.authory.com/dianarosen where I have flash posted in addition to both nonfiction and poetry.

  2. idzikola says:

    Looking forward to the interview Barb!!

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