Tag: barnes and noble



On Bittersweet Place Review in the Jewish Daily Forward

Ronna Wineberg’s (AFP ‘04 Fiction) novel questions identity and historical change in a coming of age story “As Ronna Wineberg’s novel "On Bittersweet Place” opens, the Czernitski family is escaping Russia. Revolution is in the air, and the family fears religious persecution. In the prologue, set in 1922, Lena, the young narrator of the book,…

Events: NYFA & Writer Ronna Wineberg at Barnes and Noble

You’re invited: NYFA & Ronna Wineberg on October 10 Please join NYFA & writer Ronna Wineberg (AFP ‘04 Fiction) as she reads from and signs her new novel, On Bittersweet Place. Date: Friday October 10 at 7:00PMLocation: Barnes and Noble150 East 86th Street (at Lexington Avenue)New York City Free & Open to the Public “On Bittersweet Place is the powerful coming-of-age…