Widely Praised

Widely Praised

“…Existentially enigmatic… there is a taste of bitter herbs along with the sponge cake. And then a final vision — not so much one of happiness as of grace.”

— John Casey, author, Spartina

“Funny, sad, poignant, absurd, raucous, self-depracating, compassionate, irreverent, meditative — and Jewish through and through…”

— The Hook

“A great ear for shtick and never fails to find the comedic grain in life’s situations, however grim they may be…”

— Southeastern Virginia Jewish News

“… Seinfeld with meaning, humor with tragic bite, sorrow with one-liners.”

— The Daily Progress

“Not for Jews only…”

— Allen Wier, author, Tehano