Invisible Sisters: Jews in the 1960s American South

SUN, SEP 13, 2009 (43:14)

Local Atlanta writer Jessica Handler shares cultural nuances about her life story, Invisible Sisters, in this talk with many who share her faith.

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Jessica Handler's nonfiction has appeared in Brevity.com, More Magazine, Southern Arts Journal, and Ars Medica. Her writing has received a "Special Mention" for a 2008 Pushcart Prize and was awarded a merit scholarship to the Inaugural "Writers in Paradise" conference, an honorable mention for the Penelope Niven Creative Nonfiction Award, and enjoyed a Fellowship at the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts. She teaches workshops in creative writing, memoir, and feature journalism, and is a member of the faculty of an art college, where she teaches screenwriting, media history, and other courses of that stripe.

Partner
Breman Jewish Heritage Museum
Series
God In America Series
Jewish Culture Series