Violet Snow is a fiction writer, memoirist, and freelance journalist. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times “Disunion” blog, Civil War Times, Woodstock Times, American Ancestors, The Record of Bergen County NJ, Jewish Currents, and many other periodicals. Violet's fiction and memoir have been published in Otter Magazine, Pilgrimage, Tinker Street, and the podcast series “The Strange Recital.”
To March or to Marry is her historical novel about suffrage and the women's club movement. An excerpt from the novel appeared in the feminist literary journal Minerva Rising.
To download Violet's detailed C.V., click here.
Her memoir Afternoon of a Sadhu describes her wanderings in India on foot at the age of 22, when she gave away her possessions and followed the Ganges into the foothills of the Himalayas. The book is on sale at Amazon.com.
She also teaches classes on writing, particularly memoir, family history, and historical fiction. See the Events page for upcoming workshops.
Read Violet's ancestor blog, News of My Ancestors, at
Violet is a member of the band Foamola, whose music can be heard at this link.
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"Feminism for the Ages: How My Great Grandmother Became a Character in my Novel," Best Self magazine
"In Search of Private Davies," History.net, from Civil War Times
"Andersonville," Woodstock Times
“My Ghost,” The Strange Recital podcast
"Two Weeks without
"Moving Mom," PurpleClover.com
"The Customer Man," JewishCurrents.org