[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s been fifteen years now that I’ve been changing the dining room chandelier light bulbs. Fifteen years of paying the bills and sitting in the driver’s seat of the large blue Buick and cooking for [Read more…]
In childbirth, the final stage of labor before pushing out the baby is called transition. You get to the point where your contractions are so bad—intense, they call it, or productive—that you realize you are [Read more…]
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t was unexpectedly calm at the precipice. Chase studied the yellow-green blades of new grass that poked through the sparse soil that barely covered the jagged rocky edge of the mountain. Delicate and strong. [Read more…]
Stefanie’s newest story, “Shorn,” has been published in the Fall issue of Storyscape Journal .
Stefanie will appear Sunday morning, December 14 at the Congregation M’kor Shalom adult education program’s book discussion group. She’ll talk about two of her short stories (which you can read by clicking on the links [Read more…]
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]’m often asked where I get my ideas for stories, and why I write about the subjects I choose. I bumble around for a bit, then say that my stories seem “given” to me. That [Read more…]
Stefanie joined other contributors to the current issue of Storyscape Journal earlier in November in a reading at the Cake Shop NYC. See her recently released story “Shorn” here. At the reading , Stefanie read [Read more…]
Stefanie Levine Cohen’s stories touch the heart of the reader because they speak to issues that so many of us live. These stories gather emotions and thoughts on a deeply personal level that allow the [Read more…]