Burkah & Other Stories

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Host Publications, Inc., 1992 - Literary Criticism - 134 pages
Fiction. An entertaining and beguiling collection of prose, Silbert's Burkah is heartfelt and lyrical. Her writing reaches the unexplored wrinkles of human life and her sober realism presents a unique portrait of humanity. From photographing the camera shy Isaac Bashevis Singer, to trying to cope with life as an outsider in the far east, to becoming a female intellectual in pre-WW II Chicago, Silbert gives readers a full portrait of the world we live in.

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About the author (1992)

Layle Silbert has made her fame as a photographer, mostly of writers, & has had about thirty exhibits in the United States, Ecuador & Mexico. She has published stories, poems, & a handful of personal essays, more than one hundred of which have been published in literary magazines. Her short story "Getting into the Movies" was featured in NPR's "Selected Shorts". She has published a book of poems & five short fiction collections, including "New York, New York" (St. Andrews Press, 1996).

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