I am a writer. I make my living as a journalist, lecturer, writing workshop facilitator and editor. Occasionally, people pay me to yammer on for an hour about my observations in covering conflict. In my less practical moments, I’ve written short stories, haikus, and most recently, a novel called Baghdad Fixer. But it is the joys and challenges of motherhood at 40 that have pushed me headlong into the blogosphere.
I also accept guest posts, and will soon be moving the blog to its own site.
Please visit my regular website, where you won’t find me gushing and griping about motherhood, at www.ileneprusher.com. Or for some unconventional insights into life in one of the world’s most beloved and disputed cities, visit my new Jerusalem Vivendi blog on Haaretz.com.