CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS  ●  BOOKS WITH KATHRYN A. GOLDNER

MAGAZINE ARTICLES

 

 

"Constructing a Town-Wide Genealogy: Jewish Mattersdorf, Hungary 1698-1939," Co-authored with Yitzchok N. Stroh. Avotaynu: The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, Vol. XXIII. No. 1, Spring 2007

When a Child Is Critically Ill,” A personal essay describing one of the worst days of my life. Published in cell2soul, summer 2006.

Reconstructing a Lost Holocaust Family,” A description of how I identified more than 300 of my grandfather’s relatives who vanished in the Holocaust. Avotaynu: The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, Volume XXII, no. 1, Spring 2006.

The Great Husband Hunt,” a personal essay that laid out my successful strategy for finding the perfect mate. GenerationJ.com, Feb. 2001.

 “Oswego, New York: Wartime Haven for Jewish Refugees,” a personal essay explaining how I traced my great-aunt’s wartime prisons and sanctuaries beginning with her confinement in a WRA detention camp in Oswego, New York, back to her incarceration in Italian internment camps and her safe refuge in a small Italian town, where I found the families who had hidden her from the Germans. Avotaynu: The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, Volume XIV, No. 4, Winter 1998.

 “The Great Garbuny-Gorbunov Hunt,” a personal essay detailing how I found my father’s first cousins alive and well in Moscow, fifty years after my father had been told they had died in the Holocaust. Avotaynu: The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, Volume XIII, No. 4, Winter 1997. 

"A Perfectly Lousy Day," a humorous essay, Working Mother Magazine, Sept. 1991.

"Michael's Orchestra," an inspirational story, Ladies’ Home Journal, Oct. 1989 under the pseudonym Evelyn Berlin.

"Every Woman Needs a Champion," an inspirational story, Good Housekeeping, May 1989. Reprinted in A 2nd Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul.

"The Fights of Spring," a humorous essay, Working Mother Magazine, May 1989.

"I'm Raising My Kids at Sea," an as-told-to article about Cynthia D'Vincent, a renowned whale researcher, Working Mother Magazine, Mar. 1989 under the byline C.K. Vogel-Goldner.*

"Bedtime Monsters: They Didn't Stand a Chance," a humorous essay, Working Mother Magazine, May 1988.

"Pros and Cons of a Writing Partnership," The Writer, Sept. 1987.*

"Rain or Shine? Be a Weather Predictor,” 3-2-1 Contact, a science magazine from the Children's Television Workshop, March 1983. Reprinted in the 3-2-1 Contact Activity Book published by Silver Burdett.*

"Any Questions?" 3-2-1 Contact, the Children's Television Workshop, Feb. 1983.*

"Fighting Fires! New Equipment to the Rescue," 3-2-1 Contact, the Children's Television Workshop, Sept. 1982.*


* with Kathryn A. Goldner

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