Jacob M. Appel
Jacob M. Appel is the author of four literary novels, including Millard Salter’s Last Day (Simon & Schuster/Gallery, 2017), nine short-story collections, an essay collection, a cozy mystery, a thriller, and a volume of poems. His collection of ethical dilemmas, Who Says You’re Dead?, is forthcoming from Algonquin Books. Jacob currently teaches at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. More at: www.jacobmappel.com
Nov 08 2019
Kappelschnitzer in Mourning
The trouble for Dr. Kappelschnitzer started with the obituary: Shirley Kappelschnitzer, 67, beloved wife of Arnold. Life commemoration: Tuesday, April 9, 11
Mar 01 2007
The woman who was not my mother was named Sheila Stanton, and at the age of nineteen she was held captive for ninety-one days by the Red Ribbon Strangler. That was during 1967, the Summer of Love. After she was freed by a swat team, Stanton found herself the nation’s celebrity du jour.