Alison Ruth Solomon

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ABOUT THIS AUTHOR:

Alison Solomon might be defined as the archetypal “Wandering Jew”: she grew up in England, lived for many years in Israel, moved to the USA, where she has lived on the East and West Coast, and also spent a number of years in Mexico. She is happily married to Carol. They live in Gulfport, Florida, with two rescue dogs, who very kindly allow the couple to take care of them.

Alison has published numerous articles and chapters on feminism, mental health, and diversity in academic textbooks, anthologies, journals, and newspapers. She authored Witch Hazel, a humorous, lesbian-feminist column that ran in the Philadelphia Weekly in the 1990s and an advice column in the Sacramento Jewish Voice. Look for Alison’s first novel, Round the Mulberry Bush, in 2016.

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Do You Feel What I Feel - A Holiday Anthology

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