Tag Archives: POLAND

May 01

“Goat in the Attic” memoir offers never-before heard perspective of life in farmland Poland during Nazi occupation

Jarring and joyous, these stories answer the question, “What was daily life like during one of the most volatile times and places in history?”

MY MOM SHARES A CHILDHOOD MEMORY OF LIVING IN GERMAN-OCCUPIED POLAND

Last week, my mom, read a short story that she wrote, at a workshop at the Crain House.  Her writing was about her life in Poland prior to coming to America at 10 years old.  A lot of the difficult memories she shares at her own pace, in her own way, in her own time with […]