My poem, UNTIL THEY CAME is on http://www.dispatchesfromthevanishingworld.com/a-poem-for-mlk/ AdvertisementsRead more "UNTIL THEY CAME"
My poem, THE BRICKS is on The Jewish Woman (chabad.org). http://www.chabad.org/theJewishWoman/article_cdo/aid/3893037/jewish/The-Bricks.htmRead more "THE BRICKS"
OUR HISTORY, TOO. As a child, two things about my mother’s Auschwitz history terrified me. They were the electrified barbed wire fence and the cold. Even at age four, I understood. Touching the fence resulted in a painful, lingering, horrific death.I wanted to ask her “What if you accidentally fell onto the fence?” Children have […]Read more "A CHANUKAH STORY"
My short story, THE NIR TAMID. (Chosen as one of the best short stories of 2013 by The Huffington Post) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elaine-rosenberg-miller/featured-fifty-fiction_b_3505998.htmlRead more "THE NIR TAMID"
My parents, both Holocaust survivors, he, having survived Siberia and Central Asia, she, Auschwitz and a slave labor camp, met in 1947 in Occupied Germany. He was driving an Army truck which he used, in off-hours, to transport passengers from one German town to another. My mother and her sister boarded the truck. My aunt […]Read more "February 22"
My short story, THE SCHVIGA. http://www.upthestaircase.org/Archives/miller.htmRead more
FOURTH OF JULY by Elaine Rosenberg Miller My earliest memories begin at age three. We lived in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in a second floor walk up apartment. My parents were Holocaust survivors. They spoke to my sister and me, to each other, to our relatives in Yiddish, the language of their ancestral, vanished homes in Poland […]Read more "Fourth of July by Elaine Rosenberg Miller"