Monthly Archives: October 2008

An interview with Dara Horn

Born in 1977, Dara Horn received her PhD in comparative literature from Harvard University in 2006, studying Hebrew and Yiddish.  Her first novel, In the Image (2002), was awarded a 2003 National Jewish Book Award, the 2002 Edward Lewis Wallant Award and the 2003 Reform Judaism Fiction Prize.  In 2006, The World to Come was published to acclaim.  Horn’s work has appeared in many national and international publications, and she has written for Newsweek, Time, The New Republic and the Christian Science Monitor.  She has taught courses in Jewish literature and Israeli history at Harvard and at Sarah Lawrence College, and has lectured at universities and cultural institutions throughout the United States and Canada.  She lives with her husband and daughter in New York City.

Read my interview here.

Susan Richardson

Susan Richardson, author of Creatures of the Intertidal Zone (Cinnamon Press), created her poetry postcard “migraine bird”, using a photograph by Fernando de Sousa, for Postal Poetry’s September contest.

Have a look at Susan’s striking winning entry.