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Friday Find: “Looking Backward: Third-Generation Fiction Writers and the Holocaust”

Today’s a very busy day. There’s a royal wedding, a shuttle launch, and, for me, a departure for Boston, where I’ll be leading a session tomorrow at Grub Street’s Muse and the Marketplace conference.

This weekend also brings Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Memorial Day. Which makes it all the more important for me to share with you my latest essay-review for Fiction Writers Review, “Looking Backward: Third-Generation Fiction Writers and the Holocaust.”

Have a good weekend, and see you back here next week.

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  1. Hello, Erika:

    Reading your post about Yom Hashoah, I wondered if you knew of this Holocaust memorial in my hometown of Peoria, IL. This is the link to the website, plus the page with the essay it inspired.

    http://www.peoriaholocaustmemorial.org/

    http://www.bustedhalo.com/features/epiphany-in-peoria

    Peace,

    Christine

    • Christine, I’d heard of this memorial, but you have certainly further enlightened me. Thank you so much.

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