Gabriele Goldstone
BIO
Biography

Gabriele Goldstone earned her MA in modern German Literature at the U of M before focusing on raising three children while working as a letter carrier. Always a reader, she's now retired and has re-focused her energies on writing the stories that her parents lived. She writes from the German and East European point of view. Discussion guides for her novels are available on her website.

Crow Stone will be launched (hybrid) on January 13/23 at 7 pm with McNally Robinson Booksellers. Published by  Ronsdale Press.  "Difficult, harsh and worthy of attention." (Kirkus) "Engaging from the start." (Booklist). 

Tainted Amber came out in July, 2021 with Ronsdale Press.  CCBC Best Books' pick. Highly Recommended by CM Review.  Gold Moonbeam Award for Historical/Cultural YA. 

The Kulak's Daughter (a middle grade novel) was published in 2010 by Blooming Tree Press. Silver Moonbeam. Shortlisted for 2010 Manitoba Book Awards, Older Children. 2010 Resource Links, Best Books. 

ADDRESS
City: Winnipeg, Province/Territory: Manitoba
EMAIL
GENRE
YA HIstorical Fiction
LANGUAGES
English
AWARDS
Awards
Name
Gold Moonbeam Award for YA Historical Fiction Historical/Cultural
Publication
Tainted Amber
Year
2022
Name
Silver Moonbeam
Publication
The Kulak's Daughter
Year
2010
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
School presentation details
Audience Size
Up to 25 sudents
Intended Audience
Grades 9 and up
Presentation Length
40 minutes
Presentation Description
Presentation description

1. Grooming girls for their future roles as Third Reich mothers.

 

2. Exploring your own family history.  A how-to.

 

 

Presentation Fee(s)
Flexible.
Programs & Interests
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