Society & Culture
People come to Pittsburgh many ways — be they natives, transplants or expats returning to the U.S.
Squirrel Hill author Dorit Sasson falls into the latter group, having moved from New York to Israel at 19 and serving in the country’s military before coming to Pittsburgh nearly two decades later. She shares her story and the complicated feelings of being part of two worlds in her upcoming book “Sand and Steel: A Memoir of Longing and Finding Home." Learn more about Sasson in this episode.
You can preorder "Sand and Steel” here, and she’s offering a 2-for-1 special featuring her first book “Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service and Sacrifice in the Israel Defense Forces. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for payment instructions, or to find her availability as a speaker for a book club or group. She’s also a highly skilled professional SEO speaker and trainer (learn more here).
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