Tag Archives: Sarra Copia Sulam

The Next Event

I’ll be making a presentation about my book A Beautiful Woman in Venice, on Sunday, January 29, 4:30, at the Museo ItaloAmericano. It’s at Fort Mason center in SF. I hope you’ll come join me, and also tell your friends! … Continue reading

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Nasty Woman, Venetian Style

After the recent U.S. presidential election, Urban Dictionary defines a “Nasty Woman” this way: “An intelligent female who is adept at putting ignorant men in their place.” “Her: My Social Security payroll contribution will go up, as will Donald’s — … Continue reading

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Learn about Sarra Copia this Weekend!

I’ll be sharing my research into the life of Sarra Copia Sulam this weekend at the Jewish Community Library in San Francisco. This free program runs from 1:30 to 3:00 on Sunday, October 30. See details here: http://www.jewishlearningworks.org/events/2016/10/30/venice-jewish-poet-sarra-copia-sulam-a-presentation-by-kathleen-ann-gonzalez or click … Continue reading

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The New Book Exists!

Last March (2016) my publisher in Venice, Supernova Edizioni,  published my new book, A Living Memory: Immortality for Sarra Copia Sulam. But I’ve never actually seen the finished book until today! Libreria Studium is carrying it. I finally got to … Continue reading

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Just in Time…

…to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, I’ve published my newest book! A Living Memory: Immortality for Sarra Copia Sulam.   This is a portrait that is probably of Sarra, though it hasn’t been confirmed: In … Continue reading

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Was Giudecca Named for the Jews?

I recently read Christopher Moore’s new book The Serpent of Venice, which is an unholy marriage between Shakespeare’s Othello and Merchant of Venice, with some of Poe’s “Cask of Amontillado” thrown in. (In other words, a little slice of heaven … Continue reading

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