Tag Archives: Mercer County Community College

Mid-Week Field Notes | July 7, 2021

Some quick things: I am updating my Holocaustkidlit database. Good news: It should be done by the end of the week. Bad news: The version on holocaustkidlit.com refused to download. I had a lot of re-work to do. Next steps: … Continue reading

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#52snapshots–Week 27

Good news! The first of #52snapshots, the one called “Black Taffeta” about my father’s paternal grandmother and my namesake, Bryna Krasner, has been accepted for Fall 2021 publication by The Kelsey Review. This is the only journal I submitted it … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes | May 26, 2021

Some quick things: I await yet more comments from my editor on my Ethel Rosenberg bio in verse. I know what I’ll be doing over Memorial Day weekend! Today I’m giving my two-minute pitch at the Jewish Book Council’s Author … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Notes

Three quick things this week: Tikvah Fund has produced a podcast featuring literature scholar Ruth Wisse and her list of five books to read during the pandemic: Daniel Deronda by George Eliot Tevye the Dairyman by Sholem Aleichem In the Heart of … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Notes

Three quick things this week: I’ve been receiving some useful feedback about The Whole Megillah going forward. There may be some changes in 2021. As some of you already know, Miriam Udel’s new book, Honey on the Page: A Treasury … Continue reading

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Event Announcement: Mercer County Community College Interview with Deanie Yasner, 10/8, Noon EDT

“There are so many things I DO NOT UNDERSTAND.” What happens when the lone Jewish girl in a small Mississippi town challenges the rules of segregation in the hot summer of 1953? Essie Rose Ginsberg, writer, loner, and all-time worrier … Continue reading

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