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A collection of short personal essays and stories originally published in various national, regional, and special interests magazines.

An American befriends two elderly German women as their train rolls past Buchenwald. “Buchenwald from the Train,” an essay from The Jewish Currents.

Dresden, a city steeped in a painful past, offers lessons in empathy. “An American Jew Visits Dresden,” an essay from The Jewish Currents.

Animal science majors at a major university ponder the meaning of myth. “Lemmings,” an essay from Education Week.

The practice of law has much in common with writing fiction. “From Literature to Litigation,” from The Recorder, San Francisco's legal newspaper.

.An American photographer retraces her mother’s long-ago steps in Poland. “The Other Natalia,” short fiction from The MacGuffin

“The Girl Who Killed Her Parents,” short fiction from The American Literary Review.

A thirteen-year-old learns her father’s secrets. “The Power of Secrets,” short fiction from The Writers' Forum.

 

 

 

Teri writes novels, short stories, essays, stories for children, nonfiction for both children and adults, and lots of legal briefs. Read more about Teri.