Linda Kass began her career as a magazine writer and correspondent for regional and national publications. Her work has previously appeared in TIME, The Detroit Free Press, Columbus Monthly, Full Grown People, The MacGuffin, Jewish Literary Journal, and Kenyon Review Online. She is the author of two historical World War II novels, both inspired by true events: A Ritchie Boy (September 1, 2020), interconnected stories that reveal one young immigrant’s journey in America during World War II that was named by Indie booksellers as an Ingram best indie when it was released; and Tasa’s Song (2016), which Publishers Weekly called “a memorable tale of unflinching courage in the face of war—and the power of love and beauty to flourish amid its horrors.”
A longtime civic leader in Columbus, Kass is the founder and owner of Gramercy Books, an independent bookstore in central Ohio. Learn more at http://www.lindakass.com.