Tag Archives: Mercer County Holocaust Genocide Human Rights Center

Living Links | Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors Share Family Testimony

There’s still time to register for the Yom Hashoah webinar featuring two third-generation Holocaust survivors–Avi Wisnia and Leon Geyer–whose lives and missions have been shaped by their grandparents. To register, click here.

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Mid-Week Field Notes–March 30, 2022

Some very quick things: Time to reveal the cover! Another poetry rejection from a Tier 1 literary publication rolled in, a standard form letter. One of my Q2 goals is to hone my skill in poetry revision. I have made … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–March 23, 2022

Some very quick things: My Holocaust & Genocide Studies doctoral dissertation, “Family, Hope, and Survival: The Nativization of Children’s Holocaust Literature in North America, 1940-2020,” is now with my committee members for their review. I hope to defend and graduate … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–January 26, 2022

Some very quick things: I’ve been highly distracted by an auto-immune skin disease, that despite various treatments, continues to spread as a rash and create erosive legions. Each day is a new nightmare. Overnight it has affected my eyes, fingers, … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–January 19, 2022

Some very quick things: The first issue of The Sepia Chronicles | Writing the Past went out on Sunday. If interested in subscribing to this or the writing family history and memoir newsletter, please either comment below or send an … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–December 8, 2021

Some very quick things: I’m very much enjoying the new issue of the Jewish Book Council’s Paper Brigade literary journal. I had no idea Bambi was really an allegory about antisemitism. Or about the first female Jewish rabbi, who was … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–December 1, 2021

Some very quick things: I’ve now seen the second pass of my forthcoming YA novel in verse, Ethel’s Song: Ethel Rosenberg’s Life in Poems. Still too early to reveal the cover but as soon as I receive the go-ahead, I … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–November 17, 2021

Some very quick things: I am announcing the launch of StoryScapes Studio! Two writing workshops start in January: Writing Family History (starts Jan. 9, 2-4 pm ET) and Memoir (starts Jan. 8, 11 am – 1 pm ET). Both are … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–November 10, 2021

Some very quick things: I’ve been participating in a twice-monthly Zoom gathering of writers to learn about author’s platform. It’s called the Writers Bridge, hosted by Allison K. Williams and Ashleigh Renard. Yesterday’s session was about creating promotional videos for … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Field Notes–November 3, 2021

Some very quick things: My recovery is going well. But I still tire easily and have trouble focusing on a computer screen. While I still have a lot of grading to catch up on, I’d love to carve out some … Continue reading

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