On this episode of Up Close, interviews with two debut novelists writing about the Jewish immigrant experience.
First, Steven I. Weiss talks with Boris Fishman, author of A Replacement Life, which is about a family of Russian-Jewish immigrants to the U.S. in the 1990s, with a plot twist about Holocaust reparations.
Then, Susan Jane Gilman, author of The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street, tells what inspired her to write the story of the poor, early-20th century Russian-Jewish immigrant Malka Traynovsky’s transformation into American ice cream mogul Lillian Dunkle.
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