• From the Edge of the World (Vallentine Mitchell, 2003)

    ‘The letters are unusual, for…they are contemporary documents of daily life under the Nazis.’ The Jewish Chronicle

    ‘The pieces all relate to the refugee or Shoah experience and are worth reading.’ Jewish Book World

    ‘This collection of letters, memoirs and short stories gives a terrible insight into the war years…Bringing all these pieces of material together makes compelling reading…’ Jewish Quarterly

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  • The Sea of Azov (Five Leaves Publications, 2009)

    ‘…contains some fine short stories around the theme of connection…Altogether, it’s a surprising collection; thinnish in places, brilliant in others.’ The Times

    ‘An excellent accompaniment for any writer/reader wishing to learn this simple yet underrated craft.’ LeftLion (Nottingham)

    ‘…the connections between the authors are as real as those within each story and show that the short story is as nuanced and as varied as ever.’ Jewish Renaissance

    ‘…The Sea of Azov rivals the best anthologies for variety and brilliance.’ The Jewish Chronicle

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