Erythra Thalassa is now available for preorder on Amazon. November 12, 2020 is it’s official release date.
Latest Erythra Thalassa review:
“…This is a wonderful book for anyone, whether serving as a family caregiver in overwhelming circumstances, or merely needing to be reminded of the temporal nature of what it means to be alive on this earth. Ms. Berkovits’ honesty is soothing. She struggles with all things medical, and sometimes is consumed with inner guilt.
Her struggles bring to mind her intended image of the Israelites crossing the Red Sea, Erythra Thalassa, in their quest for freedom and survival. Their odds, like her son’s, initially seem to be insurmountable. In time, a new perspective of life and progress begins to take hold. She takes us from “What’s it like to have no hope?” to “Never say never.” Indeed, hope springs eternal as the reader travels through this incredible life journey with Ms. Berkovits. Who couldn’t use a dose of hope today?”
—Shawn La Torre, Story Circle Book Reviewer
The Polish translation of In the Unlikeliest of Places— Zycie Pelne Barw— will be published later in 2020 by Centrum Dialogu in Łódź, Poland
Upcoming Media Appearances
November 12th, 2020 interview with “engAGEING Conversations” podcast host Sheryl Smith
November 12th, 2020 Annette’s article “Art & Science: two sides of the same coin” will be featured on Women’ Writers/ Women’s Books
November 25th, 2020 interview with “Good Grief” podcast on VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness channel with host Cheryl Jones
December 8th, 2020 interview with Max Bowen of the “Citywide Blackout” program on Boston radio.
Please Note: These podcasts will be archived should you be unable tune in on the days they are recorded.
Interviews & Podcasts
WBZ’s Laurie Kirby speaks with Annette Libeskind Berkovits, a pioneer for women working in wildlife conservation. Listen to the piece on Women’s Watch on WBZ/CBS Radio.
Annette’s did a Q&A with Deborah Kalb. Read the interview
Annette was a guest on LIVE Science on Facebook. Watch the interview
Annette was a guest on the Eyes on Conservation podcast in the episode “How Annette Berkovits Transformed the Field of Wildlife Education.” Listen below or read more here.
Annette’s World War II podcast from the UK went live on January 1st, 2017.
Check out Annette’s podcast “The Historians” with Bob Cudmore on NY Public Radio access it here.
The Yiddish Book Center’s Oral History Project has recorded an interview with Annette.
Click here to watch the interview.