Book Review – “Sliding on the Snow Stone” by Andy Szpuk

   “Sliding on the Snow Stone” is the story Of Mr. Szpuk’s father, Stefan. Written mostly in his father’s voice, this story takes the reader through the horrors of living in the Ukraine in the 1930’s. Stalin’s plan to consolidate all of the outlying countries into a unified U.S.S.R. left millions without food or shelter, and in many cases, without their lives...
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Book Review – “A Favorite Son” by Uvi Pozansky

  For those unfamiliar with Uvi Pozansky, it is my pleasure to introduce her to you. Uvi Ponzansky is a writer, a poet, a sculptor and a painter. In addition to that she is an architect! I first became aware of Uvi’s work about a year ago. I am a member in several writing groups on face book. One day I noticed one of her posts. She had shared a poem. I so enjoyed reading her poem that...
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