Wednesday’s Work-in-Progress: Gone Readin’

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Last night I returned from a few fabulous days in the Rochester area. There’s so much to do as I return to the day job this morning, so for the moment, I’ll simply thank the organizers, hosts, attendees, and various friends (you know who you are) who made my appearances at the JCC Lane Dworkin Rochester Jewish Book Festival and SUNY Geneseo (pictured above) so warm, special, and memorable.

6 thoughts on “Wednesday’s Work-in-Progress: Gone Readin’

  1. Erwin K. Roberts says:

    Looks like you definately had their attention.

    Congrats!

    I’ve done a number of convention panels, but never a straight up solo reading. Not sure how well I’d do.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Erwin, I’m sure you’d do just fine!

  2. Amy Morgan says:

    Fortunate to have been able to attend the SUNY Geneseo reading and meet you! So nice to listen to you read “Lebensraum”. And you did, indeed, have our full attention as you spoke of the craft and your personal connection to the stories from Quiet Americans.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Amy, thank you once again for taking the time to be there! Such a pleasure to meet you “IRL,” as they say.

  3. Sarah says:

    Wow, what a treat, for them and for you, I’m sure!

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Thanks, Sarah! It was wonderful. In fact, there’s now an account in the school paper, if you’re interested!

      http://www.thelamron.com/a-e/author-erika-dreifus-explores-jewish-plights-in-em-quiet-americans-em-1.2954563#.UKUxDGe8Xbw

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