Archive for November 2009

Premiere of A LITTLE WORK has been POSTPONED

A few years ago, my friend novelist Stephen McCauley (The Object of My Affection)and I were between books and hit upon the idea of writing a play as a way to keep ourselves occupied until we scraped together the energy to begin new novels. It was so much fun working together on A LITTLE WORK,…

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Some links

Blogs are very me, me, me. So here is some more about me: You can watch the talk I gave to about 2500 Reform Jews about the status and future of American Judaism at the Union for Reform Judaism conference on November 4. And here are some book reviews about Day After Night. Jerusalem Post…

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That’s me all over

It’s been awhile since my last post. And a long, strange, wonderful trip it’s been. A few highlights. I was in St. Louis to receive an alumni award from Washington University. The featured speaker for the night was to have been David McCullough, who has written so many terrific histories including Truman and John Adams.…

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On the road again

I write from St Louis, MO. Home of my alma mater, Washington University, for a Founders Day Celebration which includes a nice honor for me as an alum. Am also here for an appearance at Left Bank Books, which is celebrating its 40th birthday — a minor miracle in these days of amazon and walmart…

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