Cindy became a writer to avoid becoming a uni-bomber; it was a pro-active, cathartic response to pain. The stories had to be told and being an only child of a Jewish, Viennese middle class dysfunctional family, someone had to do it. She was famous from birth, strictly because even her mother’s vagina was narcissistic. ”
—New Orleans Times Picayune review
Since Hurricane Katrina, I relocated to N. Alabama and decided that instead of pursuing a PhD, creating short stories about bizarre family eccentricities was far more critical. It provided me a wealth of black humor laced with a humanistic world view on...