If you read ‘Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl’ before 1998, you haven’t read the most complete version. Join us as we discuss the least-known parts of the world’s best-known diary.
The Poetry of Silence: The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam
To enter the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, with its rooms approximating where eight people hid for two years, is to enter the poetry of silence.
Regional Tour: Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills, Michigan
Sandra Heska King takes a sobering regional tour to the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington HIlls, Michigan.
Holocaust Poems: Interview With Poet and Filmmaker Janet R. Kirchheimer (part 2)
Maureen Doallas interviews poet and filmmaker Janet R. Kirchheimer about an exhibition of family photos that helps preserve the memory of the Holocaust.
Holocaust Poems: Interview with Poet and Filmmaker Janet R. Kirchheimer (Part 1)
Maureen Doallas interviews poet and filmmaker Janet R. Kirchheimer about poetry as the only “language” in which to write about the Holocaust.
Poets and Poems: Sam Willetts and “New Light for the Old Dark”
Poets and Poems highlights “New Light for the Old Dark” by Sam Willetts, which combines individual and family history for an effect both personal and universal.
Poetry for Isaac and Ishmael
This is not the poetry of Mideast politics but the poetry of people – peoples – caught up in Mideast politics, whether the scene is set in the Auschwitz death camp or the Aida refugee camp.