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Mid-Week Notes

Three quick things this week: This week I watched a video about sending out one’s writing into the world, and this speaker viewed submissions as a way into the literary community. I hadn’t thought of it that way. So I’ve … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Notes

Three quick things this week: I learned yesterday that my proposed talk for the 2021 Northeast MLA Conference (virtual) about Yizkor books (town-based Holocaust memorial books) as folk objects was accepted. The talk will be based on papers I wrote … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Notes

Three quick things this week: The American Jewish Historical Society has begun a series of webinars, “From the Archives.” Yesterday’s installment was about New York poet Emma Lazarus. The webinar included clips with academic experts, a visit to Emma’s brownstone … Continue reading

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Author’s Notebook | Jacqueline Dembar Greene

For June 2010, The Whole Megillah asked Jacqueline Dembar Greene a few thought-provoking questions. She took time from her busy writing and speaking schedule to share her thoughts. The Whole Megillah (TWM): How would you describe yourself as a writer? … Continue reading

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