The title poem of Rhea Tregebov’s new book on this dark day… All Souls’ Day Some moon – full, and fall. So close it grazes the houses. The clocks gone back now – six and it’s near dark. That moon bright, though, and this city. Cars, their lights, wash by on pavement made for
Readings by members of the Winnipeg Yiddish Women’s Reading Circle (recorded in 2011). The Winnipeg Yiddish Women’s Reading Circle meets monthly in order to read, hear, and discuss stories and poems by female Yiddish authors that would otherwise be forgotten. By rescuing the stories of these writers, the participants in the Reading Circle are also
Having just seen the film version of Sara’s Key, which alternately moved and frustrated me, I looked up the biography of the novel’s author, Tatiana de Rosnay and must confess I found a wee bit of hubris in the expansive coverage of her lineage. To that end, I have modelled my own biographical note based
A glimpse of the amazing La Muse Writers’ Retreat. Rhea reading new poems, some written there. Two links: one (5 1/2 minutes) and the second one (less than a minute). The baby cooing is John and Kerry’s daughter Gloria, one of the muses of La Muse. Part 1 Part 2
For writers at any stage in their careers who are looking for a great writers’ retreat at great value, check out the website of La Muse in Languedoc, France.