Josephine Baker in Berlin

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Even at the height of her notorious, glamorous stage career, Jo Baker needed someone who understood her. More
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About Erin ORiordan

I'm the author of the Pagan Spirits novel series and much short fiction. I write the book blog which is also called Pagan Spirits. I'm an editor for AG Press and a regular contributor to Poetic Monthly Magazine.

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Review by: Chantale Reve on July 30, 2012 :
"Josephine Baker in Berlin" by Erin O'Riordan is one, stunning work of historical fiction -- and worthy of a novel. This short story is imaginative and vivid, transporting the reader to Europe of yesteryear and back to the future -- i.e., of Josephine's last decade of life.

O'Riordan presents dialogue that is as rhythmic and naturally fast-paced as many of the dances that La Baker executed in stages across Europe. Her characterizations, such as "Gray-Eyes" and "Brooklyn," are affectionate and create potent visuals for the action in the scenes.

The title grabbed me, but the captivating storytelling sustained my interest. Well-done, Erin. Well-done.
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