Micol Ostow (New York City) has written more than thirty-five published works for children and young adults. So Punk Rock was inspired by the thirteen years of Jewish day school that she and her brother David experienced. Micol is currently pursuing an MFA in writing through Vermont College of Fine Arts and teaching YA writing up and down the Eastern seaboard. For more information, visit www.MicolOstow.com or www.KosherPunkRock.com.
Illustrator David Ostow (Hoboken, New Jersey) was trained as an architect. He currently works at a large design firm in New York City and also illustrates on a freelance basis. So Punk Rock is his first literary endeavor. Visit David at www.DavidOstow.com or at www.KosherPunkRock.com.
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