There are two categories here: PERSONAL LINKS which are directly related to my writing, and RECOMMENDED LINKS which are sites belonging to writers and artists that I find inspirational for my own work.

PERSONAL LINKS: The following links are directly related to my writing and work.


Opinion piece by Elizabeth featured on CNN, about antisemitism and the power of shared listening

A conversation with Aaron Berkowitz and the Jewish Literary Journal
Episode 33: Elizabeth Rosner

A conversation with Rachael Cerrotti and her podcast, The Memory Generation
Episode 12: Elizabeth Rosner

My newest essay in Psychology Today
“A Legacy of Complicated Hope”

Elizabeth’s essay on WHY WRITERS NEED EACH OTHER

Elizabeth presenting a lecture on “The Future of Memory.” Co-sponsored by the Goethe Institut of SF and the JFCSF Holocaust Center.

Hosted by the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC, Elizabeth in conversation with Irit Felsen, PhD. “Trauma, Creativity, and the Second Generation.”

Elizabeth interviewed by author, memoir teacher and coach, Marion Roach Smith, “Where We Get Writing Inspiration.”

A podcast conversation between Elizabeth and Julie Lindahl, “Inherited Tragedy, Illuminating History.”

Interview in the New York Times “Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book”
Elizabeth speaks with Kelly McEvers on “All Things Considered” NPR Sept 12, 2017
Rave review in the San Francisco Chronicle
Elizabeth is interviewed at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco
Elizabeth speaks at the Commonwealth Club of California
Profile in the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
Excerpt in Lithub
Excerpt in The Daily Beast
Interview with Radio New Zealand
Interview with Joe Donahue WAMC
STARRED Booklist review for SURVIVOR CAFE
Interview with Good Grief radio show
Religion News: 10 books to read on Yom Kippur
Rave review in the Mercury News
The Page 99 Test  
Beautiful review in Lilith Magazine
Best Books of 2017 from San Francisco Chronicle
Best Books of 2017 from Moment Magazine 

“The Hierarchy of Suffering” my latest essay at Scoundrel Time
“Why We Must Speak Out Against Nazi Sympathizers” my op-ed in the SF Chronicle, August 31, 2017
“Before and After” my election essay at Scoundrel Time
Blurry Boundaries: on trespassing across genre lines
Stunning Sentences, a conversation about metaphor
Interview on WAMC with Joe Donahue & The Roundtable
Reflections on my favorite novel — To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf (Huffington Post)
My interview with Farsickness Journal.
(“Farsickness” comes from the German word, fernweh—a yearning for distant places.)
My tribute to E.L. Doctorow in the SF Chronicle
Late Night Library (interview)
The Nervous Breakdown (an excerpt)
The Nervous Breakdown (self-interview)
Meg Waite Clayton’s 1st Books Blog
2paragraphs sampler  
Caroline Leavitt’s blog
Allie Larkin’s blog, 3Ws
David Abrams’ blog, The Quivering Pen
Podcast with Cary Barbor BOOKS & AUTHORS 

“What You Have Heard is True” review
March 19, 2019

“Fruit of the Drunken Tree” review
July 26, 2018

“Hunting the Truth” review
April 5, 2018

“The Child Finder” review
October 12, 2017

“The Weight of Him” review
February 23, 2017

“Mischling” review
October 27, 2016

“Known and Strange Things” review
August 5, 2016

Emma Cline profile
June 9, 2016

“Nothing Ever Dies” reviewMay 9, 2016

“The Portable Veblen” review
January 14, 2016

“The Prize” review
October 9, 2015

E.L. Doctorow, an appreciation
July 22, 2015

“A Master Plan for Rescue” review
July 11, 2015

“The Empire of the Senses” review
May 20, 2015

“Warburg in Rome” review
August 14, 2014

“In Paradise” review
April 25, 2014

“The Gravity of Birds” review
August 9, 2013

“Good Kings, Bad Kings” review
May 28, 2013

Hadassah Magazine
“Germany, Again,” an essay
May 2013

“Open Heart” review
December 14, 2012
“An Absorbing Errand” review
October 1, 2012
“’What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank” review
February 19, 2012
“At Home and Abroad: Back in the U.S.S.R.” review of The Little Russian
February 6, 2012
“Why You’ll Never Hear Me Call Myself A Cancer ‘Survivor,’” an essay
October 1, 2011
“The Political Is Very, Very Personal,” by Joan Gelfand
September 29, 2011
“’The Warsaw Anagrams,’ by Richard Zimler” review
August 14, 2011
Interview with The Great Women Series, which features “uncommon words of wisdom from bestselling authors, artists, athletes, scientists, survivors, healers, and shining spirits.”
May 25, 2011
“This Mother’s Day, Thank Your Mom While You Still Can,” an essay
May 6, 2011

Tikkun Magazine
Review of a film about Grace Paley
January/February 2011

Walnut Creek Library Foundation
Video Interview: Get Lit with Elizabeth Rosner

She Writes
Elizabeth Rosner: Two Resurrections in One
Two Resurrections in One
June 2, 2010
New selections for reading groups

Zdena Berger by Elizabeth Rosner
Profile of author Zdena Berger, in Hadassah Magazine’s online edition

Online Journal Switchback
“You Are Here” a short story by Elizabeth Rosner
8th Annual festival celebrating writing and the arts, with keynote speaker Dana Gioia along with one- and two-day workshops led by premier authors.
Pleasanton, CA | April 4-5, 2009

The Edison Exploratorium interviews Elizabeth Rosner

Schenectady, New York | November 18, 2008

Novelist Elizabeth Rosner and Editor Dan Smetanka on Publishing The Speed of Light

1st Books: Stories of How Writers Get Started | September 24, 2008

Gillian Anderson’s Bookshelf: The Speed of Light
O Magazine | July, 2008

Podcast interview with Elizabeth Rosner on the radio show of Dr. Claudia Six
Erotic Integrity | May 3, 2008

“View from the Bay” Interview with Victoria Zackheim and Elizabeth Rosner
Aging gracefully with humor | December 3, 2007

Only Connect | August 3, 2007

Everything I Know About Being Bad I Learned in Hebrew School | June 26, 2007

‘Live From Prairie Lights’
Prairie Lights Bookstore | April 23, 2007

Places in the Heart | April 5th, 2007

Interview | September 12, 2006

Elizabeth Rosner’s Backstory
Backstory | August 17, 2006

Alan Chartock in Conversation with Elizabeth Rosner
WAMC/Northeast Public Radio

After the Dust of September 11 Has Settled
The Jewish Daily Forward

Book Review

Cobalt Blue, Israeli Hue

‘Blue Nude’: An Art Teacher’s Hidden Nazi Past
NPR | June 14, 2006

Model and artist walk a fine line | May 28, 2006

Haunted by the Ghosts of Traumas Past
Forward | May 26, 2006

Novel takes artistic approach to reconciling past
Jewish News Weekly | June 2, 2006

Full Exposure
New York Times: Sunday Magazine | May 28, 2006

Entertainment : Books / Times Book Club

Life and art intertwine in Elizabeth Rosner’s “Blue Nude.”
Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/07/2006
A non-profit national online directory for face-to-face book groups.
Actress Gillian Anderson, who is working on the screenplay adaptation of THE SPEED OF LIGHT, plans to make the film her directorial debut. Readers interested in visiting her official
website can check out this site.
Join Ballantine Reader’s Circle for more information about reading group selections that you might like. — Publisher of THE SPEED OF LIGHT and BLUE NUDE

RECOMMENDED LINKS: The following links are for sites belonging to writers and artists that I find inspirational for my own work.

Susan Hall Art

Art On Tile – Justine Tatarsky

Meredith Maran

Harriet Scott Chessman

Caroline Leavitt Home

sans serif

Darren Waterston

Trout Salad

Studio View

claire b. cotts

Lola Fraknoi