BEC ZAJAC is currently residing between Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn and Melbourne, Australia. She is a part-time student, book publicist, writer, reader, and then some.
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.
Ever since her trailblazing work in the 80s chronicling the AIDS crisis, Sarah Schulman has covered a lot of ground.
The author of the internationally acclaimed nonfiction work Stasiland turns to fiction in order to dramatize the real stories of anti-Nazi activists.