Mariella Mehr — Poet, Memoirist, Acivisit, Survivor Not many Roma divulge their experience of the Holocaust. Unlike the many Jewish organizations which provide documentary evidence, . . .
This week I was lucky enough to find a link to a wonderful, moving archive of Romani oral history. The Roma Support Group in London . . .
What if I told you that the word “tourmaline” was to be struck from the English language? How about “aurora” or “gossamer?” Those aren’t words . . .
Not so long ago, kids cheered the Gypsy Parisian dancer, Ezmerelda befriend a hunchback on the Disney screen. The red-tempered Carmen bewitched opera and bull-fighting . . .
I am very humbled for Honestly Austen’s review, new today at her site.
In mere weeks, I’ll be unveiling my third novel, The Peddler of Wisdom. Here above is detail of the cover. I hope you’ll help me . . .
I found a terrific online newsletter today, Wonders and Marvels, edited by one Holly King, professor of Bioethics AND French at Vanderbilt University. This little . . .
One of my research sources, the Toronto Bata Shoe Museum, has an online exhibition at the moment that includes a wonderful assortment of men’s footwear, . . .