Mary Glickman is the author of four novels, Home in the Morning, National Jewish Book Awards Finalist in Fiction’s One More River, Marching to Zion, and An Undisturbed Peace, listed by Southern Living as a best novel of 2016. Her historical fiction has been enjoyed by national audiences and are on the Recommended for Great Group Reads of the Women’s National Book Association for whom she has presented her work on numerous occasions.
Her blogs have appeared in the Huffington Post, Medium.com, and the Jewish Book Council’s Prosen People. She was honored by a request to provide an essay on Southern Jewish Literature by the Jewish Book Club for the inaugural issue of its annual literary journal, The Paper Brigade. She has appeared on both television and radio promoting her work. Her print interviews have been featured in Charleston, SC’s Post and Courier, Charleston City Paper, and Southern Jewish Life among other outlets.
Her novels have twice been One Book, One Jewish Community selections, in Chicago and Charlotte respectively.
She lives on Johns Island, just outside of Charleston, South Carolina with her husband.
Awards and Recognition
- National Jewish Book Awards Finalist in Fiction for One More River