Monthly Archives: March 2011

Fulfilling and Successful Reading

Leila Levinson’s reading last night at Read, Write & Brew was as successful as we could possibly have imagined. About 35 attendees heard her story of how her relationship with her father changed after she discovered that he had helped … Continue reading

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Author Reading

My friend Leila Levinson will read from her book Gated Grief on Monday, March 28, 2011, at Read, Write & Brew. Leila’s book is the story of her father, a Jewish physician, who helped liberate camps in Germany at the … Continue reading

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What is Important

Last night, I was talking on the phone to a poet in North Carolina, one whose career I have followed since its inception (should I have said ‘conception?’). The subject of my website came up. “What’s the focus of your … Continue reading

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