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Writing Family Histories

Sarah Einstein

my writing to recover lost family history, with prompts so you can, too.

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Latest Issues

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Curating Collections of Family Stories

My mother likes to remind me “Aunt Josie said, ‘Never write about the family.’” (We have a couple of family saying that follow this form, such as “As your Uncle Frank used to say, ‘All I want out of you is silence and damn little of that,’”...

10 days ago
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Some Notes on the Collage Essay

Since this newsletter is, or at least was before October 7th, about writing family histories, I thought I’d share with you a workshop I’m giving tomorrow in Graz. (Since October 7th, I acknowledge its been more about being Jewish in the wor...

24 days ago
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Writing Jewish Stories in a Silencing Moment

A few days ago, Zadie Smith wrote an excellent essay about the way in which language has become weaponized to ensure we not only don’t, but can’t, have real conversations about the war between Israel and Hamas (and Iran and its other proxie...

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  • Sarah Einstein

    #Author, Mot: A Memoir. Founding #Editor, Signal Mountain Review. https://t.co/RAmOg2L394 she/her Views my own and probably wrong.

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