“If your next of kin climbed the one hundred stairs to mu office in east Jerusalem, it would mean things were not great, all was not hunky dory. Like tombstone makers, dental surgeons, proctologists, taxidermists – we were not people you would CHOOSE to see.” My set “The Rubbish Terrorist” out of my 2015 show Something To Declare, about the most hapless client any lawyer ever had, took me and my audience back to the early 1990s in the East Jerusalem office of Lea Tzemel, an advocate, a friend, and a role model. It now features in the crowd-writing short story collection Turning Points – The Amazing True Adventures of Totally Normal People. This book would never have come to life if it wasn’t for the vision and hard work of Editor Shelley Katz. It it jam-packed with great stories.
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(Cover design: Nathan Badwell)