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For almost all my years inhabiting this planet, I have been writing. Beginning with an essay written in fifth grade entitled “Why I’m glad I’m not a girl,” through the final version of my most recent book, The Tree of Sorrow, more than six decades later, I’m still at it. I have written and been published in almost every genre including poetry, short stories and novels, essays and memoirs, traditional and creative nonfiction books, and articles and reviews. So, am I a “writer”? Seems so. When did I become a “writer”? When I submitted my first short story to the New Yorker? (rejected). Sent my first book proposal to an agent? (rejected). Mailed my first novel to a publisher? (Yes, rejected). No, I became a “writer” back in fifth grade when I enjoyed writing that essay and then having the teacher read my composition to the class and then after that finding that I simply had to go on writing and just couldn’t stop even if I wanted to. That’s when I became a writer.
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“Being a writer would mean so many things…. To do work that meant being oneself…. being a thinker and even a philosopher, exploring and loving—a quiet calm person who was open to life….” —Charles Reich
©2021 richbankwriter.com
V12T14M11 Revised 11-20-2021
For almost all my years inhabiting this planet, I have been writing. Beginning with an essay written in fifth grade entitled “Why I’m glad I’m not a girl,” through the final version of my most recent book, The Tree of Sorrow, more than six decades later, I’m still at it. I have written and been published in almost every genre including poetry, short stories and novels, essays and memoirs, traditional and creative nonfiction books, and articles and reviews. So, am I a “writer”? Seems so. When did I become a “writer”? When I submitted my first short story to the New Yorker? (rejected). Sent my first book proposal to an agent? (rejected). Mailed my first novel to a publisher? (Yes, rejected). No, I became a “writer” back in fifth grade when I enjoyed writing that essay and then having the teacher read my composition to the class and then after that finding that I simply had to go on writing and just couldn’t stop even if I wanted to. That’s when I became a writer.
I Am Terezin Read more…
Feig Read more…
The Tree Of Sorrow Read more…
Holocaust Trilogy
A Message from Richard…
The Everything Judaism Book
101 Things Everyone Should Know about Judaism
JEWISH HISTORY & HERITAGE BOOK
Why be Jewish? A Guide…
HOW TO DEAL WITH YOUR LAWYER
EVERYTHING GUIDE TO Writing Nonfiction
“Being a writer would mean so many things…. To do work that meant being oneself…. being a thinker and even a philosopher, exploring and loving—a quiet calm person who was open to life….” —Charles Reich
©2021 richbankwriter.com
V12T14M11 Revised 11-20-2021