Marla Brown Fogelman


Why Couldn’t My Two Bubbies Love Each Other?

By Marla Brown Fogelman

illustration by Lior Zaltzman Read More


Learning to Love Christmas, Eggnog and All

By Marla Brown Fogelman

Photograph via Flickr/Creative Commons Read More


Let's Do Coffee, Cousin Carrie

By Marla Brown Fogelman

Let's Do Coffee, Cousin Carrie
Author Marla Brown Fogelman has never met Carrie Fisher, who is her distant relative. Still, she has followed Fisher’s rollercoaster life, and is still rooting for her ‘cousin Carrie.’Read More


Sundays With 'Jack,' Bernie, Harvey and More

By Marla Brown Fogelman

Sundays With 'Jack,' Bernie, Harvey and More
In advance of Memorial Day, a pacifist baby boomer discusses her work interviewing American Jewish veterans of World War II.Read More


My Grandmother's Obsession Becomes My Own

By Marla Brown Fogelman

My Grandmother's Obsession Becomes My Own
It was because of my late grandmother and her 40-year obsession with a book called “The Prophet of San Nicandro” that I was sitting at Columbia University’s Café 212, in the middle of a bone-chilling December afternoon, having coffee with professor John Davis.Read More



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