Publishers Weekly ran a feature I wrote on a groundbreaking children’s book by Michigan author
Israeli journalist says the problem isn’t only the lies, but the willingness of American Jews to believe them.
Shahrzad Elghanayan was only seven when her grandfather was murdered in the 1979 Iranian revolution. She remembers him in a biography.
Laura Arnold Leibman Discovers Multiracial Jewish Family That Can Trace Roots to Two Enslaved People in Barbados
Author of Books on the Holocaust and sexual assault breaks down the failure of bystanders and institutional enablers
It was a pleasure to have interviewed 92-year-old sex therapist Dr. Ruth for Publishers Weekly.
Author’s spiritual search comes to terms with something experienced by many adoptees, a feeling of abandonment.
She shares her stories in unique ways. And, yes, Jude Lennon is related to that “other” Lennon from Liverpool.
She is able to totally immerse herself into topics that tend to divide us, and come back with stories of people.
Victoria Noe’s experience working with AIDS patients in the 1980s prepared her to write a series of books.