White and Ashkenazi with a Dominican Twist
A writer’s Dominican and Hungarian connections shape the way he thinks and writes about being Jewish.
A J Sidransky has published three novels since 2013. The National Jewish Book Awards selected his first novel Forgiving Maximo Rothman as a finalist in Outstanding Debut Fiction and Forgiving Mariela Camacho, his third work, received the David Award, 2016 for Best Mystery awarded by Deadly Ink!. Born in the Bronx and a life-long Yankees fan, he lives in Washington Heights, NYC.
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