Mid-Week Field Notes

Four quick things this week:

  • I am amassing substantial content through my #52 snapshot project. Through this content, I’m gaining deeper insights into my family’s history and into writing essays, particularly lyric essays.
  • I received word last week that my short story, “I, Divided” about a Holocaust survivor’s split personality has been accepted by a literary journal. The contract should come this week.
  • My thanks to those of you who attended the William Paterson University panel on Monday night. I’m also hosting for the university’s MFA program a magazine panel on March 22, featuring Yona McDonough, fiction editor of Lilith; Maria Mazziotti Gillan, editor of Paterson Literary Review, and Jacqueline Vogtman, editor of Kelsey Review. Stay tuned!
  • Have you been following the Sydney Taylor Book Awards Blog Tour? The Whole Megillah will post the final stop on Friday.

Stay healthy and safe!

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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6 Responses to Mid-Week Field Notes

  1. Congrats on placing your story. I look forward to reading it when it’s published.

  2. Wonderful news about your story. I look forward to reading it!

  3. Arlene Schenker says:

    Congrats on the short story, Barbara!

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