Diane Gottlieb writes open-hearted stories about people in pain who choose to grow.

An Interview With Writer and Editor Diane Gottlieb by Melissa Ostrom

In her stunning essay “On Excellence,” Cynthia Ozick pays tribute to her mother, a woman with a big heart and many gifts and passions. Ozick recalls how her mother used to make her laugh, for she was “so varied, like a tree on which lemons, pomegranates, and prickly pears absurdly all hang together,” and she suggests this singularity wonderful parent epitomixed excellence,’insofar as excellence means ripe generosity.”

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