Nessa Rapoport

So Much More to Sing: On the Death of a Woman Friend

When Elizabeth Swados died this winter, Rapoport was confronted with her insufficient ritual resources for mourning.

In spring 1984, Ted Solotaroff invited me to La Mama, the downtown experimental theater in New York City, to see a performance by one of his authors.

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