I am involved in working on four projects, two works of fiction, one memoire, and a collection of academic essays and film and history. These include The Man Who Swam Out of History, an evocation of the research adventures and trials of a historian; My Wife, the Muslim, the autobiographical humor and foibles of a Muslim - Jewish marriage, Cordoba! Cordoba!, a historical novel / romance set in the realm of the Caliphate of Cordoba in the Tenth Century. Parts of two of these works in progress have already been published in literary reviews (noted below).
The Man Who Swam Out of History
“To Leningrad,” Antioch Review,
60 (No. 1, Winter 2002), 141-149,
“Spaseeba, Tricky Dick,” Antioch Review, 61 (Summer, 2003), 525-534.
“The Real Red Menace,” Michigan Quarterly Review, 44 (No. 2, Spring 2005), 223-235.
“The Man Who Swam Out of History: Spain,” Reviews in American History, 37 (Dec. 2009), 641-658.
My Wife, the Muslim
"My Wife, the Muslim," Antioch Review,
63 (No.2, Spring 2005), 234-46.
"My Wife, Their Sister," Antioch Review, 66 (Winter 2008), 62-74,
"The only Jew in Jinat", Antioch Review 68 (Fall 2010), 642-654