A version of “Exodus Redux”–one of the stories in my collection, The Color Red–is included in the Hidden Timber Books (hiddentimberbooks.com) anthology, Family Stories From the Attic: Bringing letters and archives alive through creative nonfiction, flash narratives, and poetry. Hidden Timber Books is a new publishing house, certain to develop a strong reputation for quality and creativity. I know a number of the other contributors, and their work is outstanding.
I've enjoyed working with Lisa Rivero, publisher, and Christi Craig, editor, while preparing "Exodus Redux" for publication. The story focuses on my early education in (and rhapsodic departure from) a Jewish day school in St. Louis.
The anthology is scheduled for publication early this spring. By agreement, each story may appear only in the anthology for a specified amount of time following publication; when the anthology is published, I’ll post a reminder on this page. Meanwhile, take a look at the HTB website, and the bios of the contributors to Family Stories From the Attic.