My book-in-process, Needle in the Bone , explores the against-all-odds stories of a Holocaust survivor, Lou Frydman, and a Polish resistance fighter, Jarek Piekalkewicz, who each started their lived in Poland and ended up being fast friends in Kansas.
This week, Needle in the Bone was featured in both the Kansas City Star and on KCUR’s “Up to Date” radio show. The radio interview with me highlighted the themes of the book and what struck me as important about this story. You can
Read this review, used with permission of author, of Needle in the Bone (review to be published in K.C. Jewish Chronicle). Kansas poet laureate Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg has crafted a beautiful, moving story about the lives of two survivors of World War