Victoria Zackheim is author of The Bone Weaver and creator/editor of six anthologies, including The Other Woman, which she adapted to the theater. Her play Entangled was based on the memoir of the same name. Victoria wrote Maidstone, a feature film about the IRA prison breakout in Northern Ireland, now under development, and is working with Amber Entertainment and mystery writer Anne Perry on a series based on Perry's Thomas Pitt series. . Victoria wrote the documentary Where Birds Never Sang: The Story of Ravensbrück and Sachsenhausen Concentration Camps, which aired nationwide on PBS. She created Women's Voices, an event in which five authors present their work and discuss the craft of writing and the life of a writer. She teaches creative nonfiction/essay in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program and is a San Francisco Library Laureate.
FAITH: Essays from Believers, Agnostics, and Atheists
Whether believer, skeptic, agnostic, atheist, or something other, twenty-three authors, including international and New York Times bestsellers, share their fascinating, daring, and multifaceted perspective on what faith means (or doesn’t mean). These authors, representing many faiths (or none), write about their deeply spiritual faith, their doubts regarding the existence of God, as well as the absence in their lives of any spiritual entity. Honest, provocative, and candid, this book begins a larger conversation and invites readers to ask themselves: What do I believe?
Exit Laughing: How Humor Takes the Sting Out of Death2012