A second collection that goes beyond the first in its range of emotion, form, and content. Critics call See You in the Dark
"a delightful repository of sly and wise poems."
Part memoir, part exploration of the idea of travel, this peripatetic book asks what travelers are seeking, what they are fleeing, and what they find. A contrarian view, both serious and whimsical.
A memoir that explores what the habit of reading means and how it can shape a life.
Selection of interviews with and essays on the late writer, W.G. Sebald
A precocious adolescent finds unusual ways to escape Brooklyn conformity and explore the wider world.
A rich tapestry of tragic loss and the complicated struggle to find a path through darkness.
"The first fiction to weave the shock of 9/11 into ordinary lives... Worth a thousand pictures."
"Schwartz takes deadly aim at contemporary mores in this hilarious comedy of manners." Chicago Tribune
"No one reads us better than Lynne Sharon Schwartz. Her precise, unflinching stories discover meaning in our pain." Frederick Busch
This classic children's book retells the Passover story. With beautiful original paintings by Ori Sherman.