Monthly Archives: October 2021

Mid-Week Field Notes–October 27, 2021

Some very quick things: As some of you know who read my Monday #52snapshot post, I was unexpectedly hospitalized on October 14 and underwent gall bladder removal surgery on October 17. My recovery was proceeding fairly well until last night … Continue reading

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#52snapshots–Weeks 42-43

On Thursday, October 14, I taught my two Holocaust courses at The College of New Jersey. Then I navigated my way to Mercer County Community College, stopped at a cafe for an early lunch–got the special–and hunkered down in the … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–October 13, 2021

Some very quick things: I attended a virtual tribute to Elie Wiesel last night held at Washington National Cathedral. I met him once at the 92nd Street Y where he gave a talk about the MS St. Louis. I spoke … Continue reading

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#52snapshots–Weeks 36-41

Since the fall semester started, I haven’t been doing much with #52snapshots other than recommend Sonja Livingston’s book to other aspiring memoirists. But I did give a virtual workshop last weekend at the Amherst Writers & Artists Professional Development Conference … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–October 6, 2021

Some very quick things: A lovely review of my middle-grade novel in verse, 37 Days at Sea: Aboard the MS St. Louis, 1939, was spotlighted in the recent Association of Jewish Libraries newsletter, written by Anne Dublin: “Krasner’s use of … Continue reading

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