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On Blackberry Hill is the winner of the 2016 National Jewish Book Award for Young Adult Literature.
''Another YA novel that fully grown adults should have no qualms about reading . . . Come for the references to morning prayers and color wars, stay for all the feels.' - Alma
'Mann's superb descriptive details about camp life and her ability to convey the difficulties all young people face (without tossing in a traditional happy ending) make the book an excellent read.'
- The Jewish Advocate
Rachel's first short film, RIGHT TO PRIVACY,
is coming to film festivals soon! Rachel is the writer and one of five producers of this narrative short about a women's health doctor and an anti-abortion protester.
"Vital Signs," a work of narrative nonfiction, in Bellevue Literary Review, Issue 44,
"Things I Wish I Could Workshop Other Than My Novel," a humor column, in The Rumpus' Funny Women, November 2022.
"The Things We Grew," a short story in Passengers Journal, September 2022.
Short stories "The Pool" (March 2021) and "Exposure" (May 2020) were featured in
Byte the Book's Byte Shorts Showcase.
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