Review by Amos Lassen

You may have missed the recent review of “Who Am I and Where Is Home?” by Amos Lassen. He says: “I could not stop reading once I began.” People have often told me this about the book.…

Poetry reading coming up!

I’ll be reading on Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the Focal Point in Maplewood. It’s part of the Poetry at the Point series. If you like, have dinner first at the Maya Cafe next door. I’ll be there!…

Hope Church

To reassure visitors that they’re not traveling into a wilderness, Hope Unitarian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma posts periodic signs like the old Burma-Shave messages along the winding road up a heavily wooded hill:

IF YOU THINK YOU’RE LOST
PLEASE DON’T …

Rave review for “Who Am I?” from Small Press Bookwatch

“An absolutely fascinating, deftly crafted read from cover to cover, “Who Am I and Where Is Home?: An American Woman in 1931 Palestine” is an extraordinary, candid, engaging, account of an inherently interesting woman in an inherently interesting time. While …

Bookfest St. Louis

Wonderful events shaping up at Bookfest St. Louis this weekend. I’ll have a table in the Festival Zone, open 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Along with copies of my book for sale, I’ll have a “treasure chest” of some of …

The verdict

For those who want a deeper understanding of the current racial unrest in St. Louis, I urge you to listen to this podcast of an outstanding address by Kate Lovelady, Leader of the Ethical Society of St. Louis.…

Check out my podcast

Here is the podcast of my recent talk at the Ethical Society. It’s about the writing of the book and what I got out of it. Hint: not what I had expected. 25 minutes long, enjoy! I’ll be doing a …