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And So Is the Bus: Jerusalem Stories
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And So Is the Bus: Jerusalem Stories

Dryad Press

Fiction. Jewish Studies. Translated from the Hebrew by Margaret Birstein, Hana Inbar and Robert Manaster. Each of the twenty- one stories in AND SO IS THE BUS is an evocative "reporting" of Yossel Birstein's encounters with the daily riders of Jerus...

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Disappearing Act
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Disappearing Act

Dryad Press

Poetry. The poems in DISAPPEARING ACT, Saundra Maley's first collection of poetry, often have a meditative aura about them. Delicate in tone and spare in form, they evoke a sense of wonderment, whether her subjects are historical personages—from Mos...

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The Junk Dealer's Daughter
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The Junk Dealer's Daughter

Dryad Press

Literary Nonfiction. Jewish Studies. Memoir. In an "interrupted" memoir of growing up in an immigrant Jewish family in Appleton, Wisconsin, through the Forties and Fifties, the late Sarah Blacher Cohen first takes us back to the White Russian villag...

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Mark the Music
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Mark the Music

Dryad Press

Poetry. The poems of MARK THE MUSIC are by turns serious and comic—often simultaneously—spiritual and skeptical, reflective and boisterous. Their subjects range from "the little / violence lifting their / scarred hands / in one poor truce after anot...

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Abraham's Bay & Other Stories
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Abraham's Bay & Other Stories

Dryad Press

Fiction. The characters in Jack Greer's ABRAHAM'S BAY & OTHER STORIES have set sail for islands in the Atlantic and Caribbean—some are restless, some curious, others are unhappy, while others are in love with roaming. Inevitably, these small boat sa...

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Words That Burn Within Me: Faith, Values, Survival
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Words That Burn Within Me: Faith, Values, Survival

Dryad Press

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Jewish Studies. Memoir. Translated from the German by Elborg Foster. Though Hilda Stern wrote about her experiences for a few years after the war, first in a DP camp and then in New York, she hid her notebooks after her ...

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Against the Grain: The Literary Life of a Poet
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Against the Grain: The Literary Life of a Poet

Dryad Press

Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Poetry History & Criticism. Foreword by Garrison Keillor. In this literary memoir, Reed Whittemore—a self-considered bourgeois anarchist—gives us marvelous glimpses into his wide-ranging life as poet, little magazine edi...

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One Who Came Back: The Diary of a Jewish Survivor
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One Who Came Back: The Diary of a Jewish Survivor

Dryad Press

Literary Nonfiction. Jewish Studies. Memoir. Translated from the German by Hilda Reach and Merrill Leffler. ONE WHO CAME BACK is Josef Katz's account of his four years of daily terror in Riga, Kaiserwald, Stutthof and numbers of smaller Nazi labor c...

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1111 Days in My Life Plus Four
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1111 Days in My Life Plus Four

Dryad Press

Literary Nonfiction. Jewish Studies. Memoir. Translated from the Hebrew by Moshe Dor. On July 4, 1941, 13-year old Ephraim Sten began a diary in Polish in Nazi-occupied Złoczów, Poland. Hidden with other Jews by a Catholic Ukrainian family for more ...

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The Bandit Wind
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The Bandit Wind

Dryad Press

Poetry. Bilingual Edition. Translated from the Macedonian by Charles Simic. THE BANDIT WIND draws from several of Slavko Janevski's books—the poems are wide-ranging, moving fluidly and powerfully through traditional folk-poem motifs into tightly wro...

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