MORE THAN GORE: Ghita Schwarzs Holocaust StoriesBy Bec Zajac
Adding to the canon of Holocaust literature is a daunting prospect for anyone. For a first-time novelist, even more so. But with Displaced Persons, Brooklyn local Ghita Schwarz has added a moving, original, and surprisingly humorous book to this genre.
AN AUSTRALIAN WRITER IN BROOKLYN
ANNA FUNDER with Bec Zajac
The author of the internationally acclaimed nonfiction work Stasiland turns to fiction in order to dramatize the real stories of anti-Nazi activists.
Israel/Palestine and the Re-education of Sarah SchulmanBy Bec Zajac
Ever since her trailblazing work in the 80s chronicling the AIDS crisis, Sarah Schulman has covered a lot of ground.