Anita Diamant, 56, is the author of five published novels: Day After Night (about four female Holocaust survivors in a World War II displaced persons camp), The Last Days of Dogtown, Good Harbor, The Boston Girl and The Red Tent (which was turned into a TV miniseries). In addition, Diamant has written six guides to contemporary Jewish practice, including The New Jewish Wedding and Living a Jewish Life. Her articles have appeared in periodicals such as The Boston Globe, Parenting, McCall’s and Ms.
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At New York’s 92Y cultural and community center, Diamant was interviewed by ABC News correspondent Aaron Katersky about The Red Tent [19:36]. >>
On Shalom TV’s L’Chaim program, hosted by Rabbi Mark Golub, Diamant discussed writing about what it means to be a Jew and live a Jewish life [43:23]. >>
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