Kasva Press speaks with Yael Shahar, author of Returning about writing as a means of self-transformation. Speaking of how her main character, a former Sonderkommando sought atonement for his deeds during the Shoah, she says, “Ovadya’s search for justice and atonement was his path to healing. Telling his story was mine.”
Daniella Levy is a mother of three, rabbi’s wife, writer, translator, self-defense instructor, bridal counselor, black belt in karate, and certified medical clown—and she still can’t decide what to be when she grows up.
Chaya Rosen’s multi-cultural background includes an upbringing heavily influenced by the post-Holocaust era, and an inspiring childhood in Israel. She received a BA in Communication from the University of Colorado and a Masters of Science in Management from Rivier College, New Hampshire. Her writing is based on a life-long spiritual and introspective quest as a daughter of Read more