Journalist / Writer
Across from the Pine View Bakery in Shokan, on Route 28, trees are lying helter-skelter on several acres of ground surrounded on three sides by forest. Continue reading >
When Elvis Garcia Callejas prepared to leave Honduras at the age of 15, he didn’t know much about the U.S. Continue reading>
Psychologist and educator Lori Wynters, recently ordained by the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute, described how Rabbi Jill Hammer was inspired to found the institute. Continue reading >
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FICTION / MEMOIR
While suffragists battled for the vote, a quiet but profound revolution was taking place among middle-class members of women's clubs. My great-grandmother was the inspiration for one of the clubwomen in Women of To-day. Continue reading >
I come from a family of packrats. Sometimes it seems as if my ancestors saved all these treasures to hand down to me. Continue reading >
THE TOURIST AND THE COWBOY
A horseback ride into the Cuban countryside took a detour I'll never forget. Continue reading >
Violet Snow is a versatile writer, skilled at digging out the essence of a story and expressing it clearly and concisely, whether it’s an article on the fate of our recycled trash, a blog about visiting Andersonville Prison, or a memoir of traveling through India. Continue reading >
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Violet is a member of the band Foamola, whose music can be heard at this link.
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violetsnow77 [at] gmail [dot] com