Advance praise for Six Thousand Miles to Home
“A fascinating story of a little-known chapter of the Second World War. It’s a tale of love and war, of unimaginable cruelty and unexpected kindness—hard to put down, difficult to forget.”
— Gina Nahai
“Here are the wages of authenticity: both the pervasive horror of a murderous era and the threatened yet valiant current of humanity. Kupperman puts you there—you see and hear and feel—and realize how a journey into the unimaginable occurs. An inspiring and remarkable tale.”
— Baron Wormser
“Illuminates the historical record and conjures a world of man-made horror, where, every so often, cracks of exquisite light are made to shine through.”
— Rachel Basch
Praise for The Last of Her
"Richly written, darkly charming, and revelatory. A stunning and gratifying read."
— Eugenia Kim
"Unlike anything I've ever read.... A tragic, bizarre, and achingly human story."
— Peter Nichols
Smoldering & meditative
"Here is a voice, both smoldering and meditative, that inhabits every page like an attentive host, inviting us in and offering no choice but to step over the threshold. The pages turn, it seems, of their own volition."
— Sue Halpern
"A remarkably talented writer, Kim Dana Kupperman understands the essay first and foremost as a literary form. Yet she never ventures into craft or creativity for its own sake. I Just Lately Started Buying Wings is a high-voltage book grounded in the passionate and often messy business of living. And best of all with these essays, something vital is always at issue."
— Robert Atwan
"An adventure in literary daring [...]. Whatever you think about essays, this book will likely challenge your views."
— Joan Silverman
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