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mother, grandmother, writer, university lecturer, Yoga teacher
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Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
Storm of Terror: A Hebron Mother’s Diary. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee Publishers, 2002. 186 pages.
Cochav Nofel. Tel Aviv: Aviv Publishing, 1999. (Hebrew translation of my novel Falling Star.)
Im Labyrinth des Terror. Berlin: Ullstein, 1997 (popular paperback edition)
Im Labyrinth des Terror. Hildesheim: Claasen Verlag, 1996. (translation of Vivre a Hebron
Vivre a Hebron Paris: Editions Robert Laffont, 1995. 307 pages.
The Flight to Seven Swan Bay, Jerusalem and New York: Feldheim Publications, 1985. 232 pages.
The Mystical Life of Franz Kafka: Theosophy, Cabala and the Modern Spiritual Revival. New York: Oxford University Press, To be Published 2011.
Esoteric Symbols: The Tarot in Yeats, Eliot and Kafka. University Press of America: Maryland, June 2007. 154 pages. Reviewed in The Journal of Popular Culture .Vol. 41 Issue 1 Page 159, February 2008
Articles in Journals
"To Marry a Dog," Journal of International Women's Studies. Vol. 7 #4, May, 2006.
“The Influence of Medieval Rabbinical Commentators on the Countess of Pembroke’s Psalm 58,” Notes and Queries. Vol. 50. No. 4. Dec. 2003
Chapters in Anthologies
"On Broken Trees of Life and Blood: Cabalistic Tarot and Jewish Esoteric Tradition," in Tarot in Culture: an Anthology Ed. Emily Auger. Victoria, Australia: Association of Tarot Studies, to be published 2011.
“The Countess of Pembroke's Psalm 58.” Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, 1550-1700 Volume 2. Ed. Margart P. Hannay. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2009.
My writing is:
Nonfiction, Memoir, Lit Crit, Theory
My professional associations:
On steering committee of Mysticism group of the American Academy of Religion
Adjunct lecturer Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheba, Israel
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I was very happy to get your message and we definitely do have some unusual common interests..Yoga, writing and Franz Kafka and I'm sure there is alot more! I did look at your site and if there is any way we can work together in the future I'd be delighted.
Welcome to SheWrites. You will love all the opportunities and support systems that SheWrites has to offer. There are so many subgroups, or communities, that you can choose from as well, to meet your own particular needs. Some of them, like our San Diego SheWrites group, actually meet in person and that has been a great experience for all of us. I see from your profile that you and I have some similar interests. I am an author events coordinator who puts together unique Adventures by the Book, including two upcoming events that may be of special interest to you. Check out my Yoga Writing Retreat Weekend and my Kafka 2012 European tour at www.adventuresbythebook.com. All events have authors who actively participate, which makes the events special and so much more fun. For example, I just took a group on an Adventure Under the Tuscan Sun where we had lunch with Frances Mayes, in Tuscany - so fun! Anyway, just wanted to welcome you to the SheWrites community and congratulations on all your successful writing - your profile is very impressive!!
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