Posts Tagged ‘A.J. Sidransky’

Tampopo Ramen: All that’s missing is Mt Fuji

Tampopo Ramen: All that’s missing is Mt Fuji

BY A.J. Sidransky (@AJSidransky) Many years ago I visited Japan. I was alone and on my own and one of the great pleasures and rewards of that trip was the warmth of plate and heart which was afforded me as I sampled cuisine in tiny restaurants filled with the intoxicating aromas of Japanese home cooking. […]


Uptown Author Publishing Second Novel in Washington Heights-Based Series | DNAinfo

Uptown Author Publishing Second Novel in Washington Heights-Based Series | DNAinfo

By Lindsay Armstrong WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — For Washington Heights-based author A.J. Sidransky, his neighborhood is his muse. “Washington Heights is what New York is supposed to be,” said Sidransky, a born-and-bred New Yorker. “It’s diverse. It’s working class. It’s more relaxed. It’s less pretentious.” It’s also the setting for “Forgiving Mariela Camacho,” Sidransky’s second novel in […]


MAP: 9 Books Set in Inwood and Washington Heights | DNAinfo

MAP: 9 Books Set in Inwood and Washington Heights | DNAinfo

By Lindsay Armstrong WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Last week, the New York Public Library released a map of novels set in each New York City neighborhood. While the project highlighted many memorable reads, the map failed to mention any books set in Washington Heights or Inwood. The farthest north the NYPL ventured was West 135th Street, one […]


Stealing A Summer’s Afternoon – The Review

Stealing A Summer's Afternoon – The Review

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Stealing A Summer’s Afternoon is the story of how Elliot got his groove back. Elliot Serlin has been a stand-up guy his whole life. A good Jewish boy from the Bronx, Elliot has reached middle age without having ever diverted from the path of the straight and narrow. A devoted, hard-working […]


La Libreta

La Libreta

BY A.J. Sidransky (@AJSidransky) Adela stared out the window fascinated by the frost and the pattern it made on the glass. She touched the surface of the pane. The pattern reminded her of the lace that edged the neckline of her wedding dress, tiny, perfect, and delicate. That was only a few months ago yet […]


The Led Black Book Club ft A.J. Sidransky on Thursday, September 26th @ Word Up Books

The Led Black Book Club ft A.J. Sidransky on Thursday, September 26th @ Word Up Books

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) The next installment of the Led Black Book Club will take place at Word Up Books (2113 Amsterdam Ave @ 165th) on Thursday, September 26th and will feature Forgiving Máximo Rothman by local author A.J. Sidransky. Forgiving Máximo Rothman is about history, religion, oppression and ultimately about fatherhood. The author, A J […]


Uptown Reads: Forgiving Maximó Rothman

Uptown Reads: Forgiving Maximó Rothman

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) I think it is only fitting that I just started reading the gripping debut novel, Forgiving Maximó Rothman, from local writer, A J Sidransky, being that it is Father’s Day this Sunday, or as my dad like to say as “el día de los perros” (The Day of the Dogs) because fathers, […]

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