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Mary Glickman

Biography

Mary Glickman

Mary Glickman is a writer, public relations professional, and fundraiser who has worked with Jewish charities and organizations. Born on the south shore of Boston, Glickman studied at the Université de Lyon and Boston University. While she was raised in a strict Irish-Polish Catholic family, from an early age Glickman felt an affinity toward Judaism and converted to the faith when she married. After living in Boston for 20 years, she and her husband traveled to South Carolina and discovered a love for all things Southern. Glickman now lives in Seabrook Island, South Carolina, with her husband, cat, and beloved horse, King of Harts. Her first novel, HOME IN THE MORNING, has been optioned for film by Jim Kohlberg, director of The Music Never Stopped (Sundance 2011).

Mary Glickman

Books by Mary Glickman

by Mary Glickman - Fiction, Historical Fiction

MARCHING TO ZION is the tragic story of Minerva Fishbein and Magnus Bailey, a charismatic black man and the longtime business partner of Minerva’s father. From the brutal riots of East St. Louis to Memphis, Tennessee, during the 1920s and the Depression, Mary Glickman's latest novel is a tale of passion, betrayal and redemption during an era in America when interracial love could not go unpunished.