Born in Birmingham, England, U.K., I began working in journalism a month before the outbreak of the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
I remained in regional Jewish journalism for more than 20 years, leaving full-time writing to help run a family business and then completed a range of general office work.
I emigrated with my husband from Manchester to Israel in March 2010 and live in Karmiel, Galilee where I continue to work from home, concentrating on creative writing.
I feature in Smith Magazine’s new Six Word Memoirs On Jewish Life and contribute to Technorati, Blogcritics and Live Encounters magazine.
Read my flash stories at http://wwwperfectlywritefamilytales.blogspot.com and general journalism at http://wwwalwayswriteagain.blogspot.com.
Her downfall, like that of the greatest leaders throughout history, was through personal failing. Itcame from hubris.
Have Eastwood and DiCaprio helped the real Hoover to emerge?
The entire show reminded me why I became a Shakespeare addict aged 11 and then adored an early '70s romp at Sheffield, UK’s old Playhouse.
As scholars now often insist that the "Dark Lady" of Shakespeare’s sonnets was Jewish, it is no surprise that two Israelis have offered a new translation into Hebrew.
"Good money from bad people" is a principle which troubles Bennett very much.
After all, when they visit Mum and Gran, what they want is homey, unpretentious well-cooked food – served with loving warmth – and in vast quantities!
Glorious globe-shaped green-striped courgettes (zucchini) - a cross between small pumpkins or artichokes and baby marrows - which I was convinced were another piece of native exotica
Suddenly Jack asked, ‘Can a barmitzvah boy be barmitzvah in the park?’
The three share a silent loving gaze of such intense, bewildered, solemn, fearful desperation that my heart breaks.
A story in which nothing – and – everything happens.