The immigrant experience is one that has preoccupied the psyche of America from the settlements of early colonies in the 17th century to the debates about the Dream Act in our own century. Over time, the marvelous conglomeration of British, European, Asian, African, and Hispanic cultures have woven together to create the diverse patterns that make up this beguiling country.
In her collection of essays, broadcaster, writer, and immigrant Judith Krummeck explores the emotional complexities of becoming an American citizen – from learning which way to turn the light switch on to the ephemeral sense of belonging.
Judith Krummeck received an MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts from the University of Baltimore. She immigrated to the United States in 1997, and she is a classical music broadcaster. Her essays are published in literary journals. This is her first book.
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