SONIA PILCER'S BOOKS PUBLISHED AND REPUBLISHED!
Cult-classic TEEN ANGEL called by the New York Times: "Touching and truthful... Sonny Palovsky may stand as a character with other special literary early adolescents: a new generation may find her more relevant... and certainly more feminist than Holden Caulfield or the young Portnoy" reissued in a 35th Year Anniversary edition by Introprint.

I-LAND: MANHATTAN MONOLOGUES, Pilcer's fourth book, also re-issued by Introprint.
AN OLD TRADITION REVIVED!
THE LAST HOTEL serialized weekly in The Berkshire Edge.
REVIEWS
"The reader visits The Last Hotel like a privileged guest." - Jonathan Baumbach

"Bohemian hotel life, next best thing to living there...A 'vertical shtetl' where sexy sexagenarians are seduced by fragrant brisket." - Anne Elliot

"Novelist Sonia Pilcer is at her best here, demonstrating her talent for creating warm, offbeat characters as they overcome their weariness and cynicism and fumble toward connection." - Catherine Hiller

"The warmest, most wonderful collection of characters you are likely to meet in modern fiction." - Lisa Davis

"Pilcer is the Henry James of the old Upper West Side. Ghosts of New York circa 1979. Characters so earthy you can smell the onions." - Marcia Golub

"Terrific writing. Anyone who cares about urban America, about the special ethnic history of NY and anyone who loves wonderful fiction will have a blast with this book." - Jenifer Levin

PRESS KIT
berkshireeagle.com

Sonia Pilcer: A Burning Man Poem and an Interview


Artful Mind

Living Today - Columbia Greene Media

An interview with Sonia Pilcer - Johnny Segalla - WSBS Radio

Reading on NPR

Cat Radio Cafe
WBAI 99.5 FM

UPCOMING BOOK READINGS AND SIGNINGS
Friday, March 11, 10:45 AM

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE "2G"

Hevreh of Southern Berkshire
270 State Road, Great Barringon, MA
Call (413) 442-4360 x.10 to reserve
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires



Saturday, March 19, 3:30 - 5:30 PM

WOMEN WRITERS OF A CERTAIN AGE

With Helen Epstein, Barbara Slate and Karen Schoemer
Hotel on North
297 North Street, Pittsfield, MA
Berkshire Festival of Women Writers