Navidad: Elizabeth Zelvin

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Untreed Reads Publishing, LLC, Dec 19, 2011 - Fiction
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It's Christmas Eve, 1492, and the second night of Chanukah. The crew of the Santa Maria, including Admiral Columbus, are sleeping off a three-day party with the local Taino. Diego, the young Marrano sailor who first appeared in the Agatha-nominated story, "The Green Cross," climbs into the crow's nest to light his secret menorah. When the ship goes aground, consequences arise that will affect the history of the New World from that moment on.A historical short story for the holidays from our Nibs literary line.

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About the author (2011)

Elizabeth Zelvin is a psychotherapist. She has directed alcohol treatment programs, including one on the Bowery, and has written and lectured widely on addictions, codependency, and online therapy. She lives in New York City.

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