Elizabeth Rosner
SURVIVOR CAFE: COLLECTIVE MEMORY AND SPEAKING ABOUT THE UNSPEAKABLE (Counterpoint Press, 2017)
ELECTRIC CITY (Counterpoint Press, 2014)

Elizabeth Rosner is the author of The Speed of Light, which has been translated into nine languages and was awarded the Harold U. Ribalow Prize administered by Hadassah Magazine and judged by Elie Wiesel. It was shortlisted for France’s Prix Femina and the recipient of the Prix France Bleu Gironde. Rosner also received the 2002 Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writer Award for Fiction. Her second novel, Blue Nude, was named a 2006 Best Book by the San Francisco Chronicle. Her essays have been published by The New York Times Magazine, Elle, the Forward, The Huffington Post, and many anthologies. She is a frequent book reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle and the Los Angeles Review of Books.