Today I want to link to an extended interview I recently had with my
Vienna alma mater, the Institute of European Studies (IES) for their “Alum of the Month” publication. As I state in the interview, “Outside of my family, IES Vienna was the single biggest influence in my life. It made me what I am today, it opened the world for me, it allowed me to see possibilities I never knew existed. It was in Vienna that I decided to become a writer. I stayed on for a number of years and learned my craft there and also found a subject that I have mined over and over in nonfiction and fiction: the amazing renaissance of Vienna 1900.”
Here is a great big DANKE to IES for changing my life. And in case you missed the link above, here it is again!