Scarsdale Library Writers Center Presents…
Join us once a month when the writers from our critique group program and other local authors present their short essays, poetry or book excerpts, all revolving around a theme. Here’s your chance to be moved by the creativity and talent of your local friends and neighbors — and to get the scoop on their upcoming publications! Watch our bulletin or social media for each month’s theme and the readers who’ll be appearing!
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Diana Harmon Asher is the author of SIDETRACKED, which was an ABA "Indies Introduce" title and an ALA Notable Book. She is the mother of three grown sons and lives in Edgemont with her husband, Henry, and their dog and cat. Her second novel, UPSTAGED, was published on March 16, 2021, and moves from muddy running trails to the middle school musical stage.
Sharon Forman was raised in Norfolk, Virginia and was ordained as a reform rabbi in 1994. She works in the field of Jewish education, and has served as a bar and bat mitzvah teacher at Westchester Reform Temple in Scarsdale, NY for the last 16 years. She is the author of Honest Answers to Your Child’s Jewish Questions and The Baseball Haggadah: A Festival of Freedom and Springtime in 15 Innings. Her essays on topics ranging from motherhood, Judaism, and her energetic dog have appeared in online journals including Literary Mama, Mamalode, Mothers Always Write, Grown and Flown, The Bitter Southerner, Kveller, Parent.co/Motherly, Moment Magazine, Lilith, Read650, Better After 50, the Manifest-Station, ReformJudaism.org.. Her short stories have appeared in Spider Magazine, JewishFiction.net, and the Write Launch. She resides in Edgemont with her husband and three children. When not driving her son to baseball games or practice, consulting on new prayerbooks for children, you might find Sharon listening and singing along to diverse genres of music, walking her dog, baking banana nutella muffins, writing a chapter of her unfinished novel, or penning impassioned letters to the editor of The New York Times.
You will receive an email with the Zoom link approximately 1 hour before the beginning of the class.