Some very quick things:
- I received the Yizkor book I was waiting for and am grateful the section I needed appears in English in another part of the book. It’s not much to go on for a novel, so maybe there’s a picture book here.
- The Sepia Chronicles | Writing the Past, March/April edition, goes out today, featuring an interview with poet/historian Rachel Kaufman, a doctoral student at UCLA in Latin American and Jewish History.
- My editor and I were the after-show speakers at the March 11 performance of The Rosenberg/Strange Fruit Project, written and performed by John Jiler and clarinetist Lee Odom at the New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, New Jersey. It’s a great venue and Jiler and Odom did an outstanding job. I was surprised so many people stayed for the after-show talk. My talk consisted of Q&A moderated by my editor and a reading from Ethel’s Song: Ethel Rosenberg’s Life in Poems (Calkins Creek, 2022).
- My new book is on Amazon! Facing the Enemy: How a Nazi Youth Camp in America Tested a Friendship, due out December 5.
Have a good week!
Congratulations on your new book, Barbara! It looks great. If you can arrange for me to get an ARC, I will review it on my blog and do a giveaway. Let me know if you’re interested in that.