Tag Archives: QUIET AMERICANS

Guest Post: Erika Dreifus on Jewish Storytelling

Last year when I spent the evening in my uncle’s living room the night before my grandmother’s funeral, he told stories about her, about my great-grandparents, about Mama and Papa Murdoch. I recorded tiny notes in my phone. These pieces of … Continue reading

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An Interview with Erika Dreifus, Author of Quiet Americans

“Always, there had been so much about him she hadn’t understood. Always, something about her heart had remained unyielding, beyond his comprehension. But that was the point. So much remained beyond his comprehension.” ~ from “For Services Rendered” in Quiet … Continue reading

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On Reading and Writing: Quotable Posts

A host of posts worth bookmarking. On Reading It’s Short Story Month at Fiction Writers Review. Here’s a bit of what you can look forward to if you stop by their blog: The return of our popular “Stories We Love” … Continue reading

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