Monthly Archives: May 2021

#52snapshots–Week 19

I continued to write about Esther Toby Drewno Entel and deepening my understanding of her life, including her father dying when she was in her teens and a younger brother dying in early 1914. I wonder whether her brother’s death … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes | May 5, 2021

A few quick things this week: In May, I engage in three new generative writing programs: A three-week class at the Montclair Adult School via Zoom in braided essays, taught by my “landsman” Marian Calabro, to whom I credit my … Continue reading

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#52snapshots–Week 18

I did indeed write about my mother’s maternal grandmother, Esther Toby Drewno Entel, last week. She had little footprint in Poland and later in America. There are no photos of her. When I asked cousins what stories they’d been told, … Continue reading

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