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Mary Roberts Rinehart

Another serendipitous discovery in Pittsburgh–this marker to Mary Roberts Rinehart, which is on the same street with the Gertrude Stein marker! My brother & sister first spotted it & I excitedly told them that I had quoted Rinehart’s dramatic World … Continue reading

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Film Festival

What a thrill that the short documentary “Pioneering Women War Correspondents” based on my book Where the Action Was: Women War Correspondents in World War II was shown at the Ridgewood Guild Film Festival on April 18th! I narrate the … Continue reading

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Martha Gellhorn: Words worth pondering

Words worth pondering from Martha Gellhorn: “People often say, with pride, ‘I’m not interested in politics.’ They might say well say, ‘I’m not interested in my standard of living, my health, my job, my rights, my freedom, my future or … Continue reading

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