About the Author
Dvora Waysman was born Dorothy Opas in Melbourne, Australia. She made aliya with her husband Zvi and four children -- Mark, Moshe, Elana, and Tamar -- in 1971 and she now has 17 Israeli grandchildren.
She is widely known as a teacher of creative writing and a freelance journalist, syndicated worldwide.
In 1981, she was awarded the "For Jerusalem" citation by Mayor Teddy Kollek for her fiction, poetry and features about the city, and in 1988 she received the Seeff Award for Best Foreign Correspondent from the Society for Justice, Ethics and Morals in Journalism.
Dvora's previously published books include: To Any Jewish Teenager -- Letters from Jerusalem (World Zionist Organization); My Long Journey Home (World Zionist Organization);
My Jewish Days of the Week (Hachai); Back of Beyond (Pitspopany); Woman of Jerusalem (Gefen); Lead Story in Jewish Detective Stories For Kids (Pitspopany); Esther - a Jerusalem Love Story (HCI).
Dvora has also served as the Press Officer of the Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem.
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