by Raphael Lassauze

Artists awarded for work as essential as any other:
WINNERS OF THE 2020 BRIO AWARD from BRONX COUNCIL ON THE ARTS

 

Escape to the Soul:

Deborah Kahan Kolb and her remarkable journey to finding her voice.

The Bali Effect Podcast

Season 1, Ep. 16

Critically-acclaimed Poet, Dancer, and Filmmaker Deborah Kahan Kolb recounts her remarkable journey after leaving her Hasidic community, three marriages, and the watershed moment she finally found her voice - and a home - in her own soul. 

Over the years many of you have asked about my story, my journey. Although my "story" is woven through my poetry and fiction, recently I was lucky to be interviewed by the warm and wonderful hosts of The Bali Effect podcast, about my "story." Take a listen – it's intimate, it's raw... It unnerved me, to be honest. I hope some of you will find inspiration. Plus there’s a surprise (read: unplanned) poetry reading of “An Unusual Collection”!

 

WRITE ME: Preview and Artist Panel Discussion

January 13, 2020

Author/Poet Deborah Kahan Kolb and filmmaker Pearl Gluck were at the Museum of Jewish Heritage for a preview and artist panel discussion of their film, Write Me, starring Lynn Cohen who played Magda in HBO's Sex in the City, Mags in Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and Golda Meir in Spielberg's Munich. The film, adapted from Kolb's poem, "After Auschwitz," looks to bridge cultural and generational divides in the area of branding and tattoos.

 

WRITE ME: Commemorative Poetry Event

Internationally recognized writers and poets attended

Write Me: Commemorative Poetry Event in observance of

Holocaust Remembrance Day, May 1st, 2019 

at the Derfner Judaica Museum at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale.

Readers shared poems and writings that echoed the importance of keeping the memory of survivors alive.

 

Poet and filmmaker Deborah Kahan Kolb speaks about the upcoming poetry reading and film preview screening of Write Me, in commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day, May 1, 2019 at the Derfner Judaica Museum at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale.

 

The Riverdale Press

by Tiffany Moustakas

POET USES SHORT FILM TO SHARE HOLOCAUST STORIES

 

Face 2 Face

with David Andersson

Poet and filmmaker Deborah Kahan Kolb speaks about the upcoming poetry reading and film preview screening of Write Me, in commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day, May 1, 2019 at the Derfner Judaica Museum at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale.

 
 
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