by Lynne Meredith GolodnerRead the Spirit Books, 2013The Flavors of Faith: Holy Breads explores the ways we find meaning in food, and common ground across communities, faiths, and beliefs. This book will inspire and nourish readers with real-life stories and cross-cultural traditions, along with the recipes to accompany some pretty incredible breads. (2013)
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Stand Out From the Crowd
by Lynne Meredith GolodnerRead the Spirit Books, 2012The Your People Guide to Beside-the-Box,Funky, From-the-Heart DIY Marketing, PR and Social Media. Learn tips, tricks and suggestions for doing some of your own public relations initiatives. (2012)
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Hide & Seek: Jewish Women and Hair Covering
by Lynne Meredith SchreiberUrim Publishing, 2002The traditional Jewish community has long been silent on the very personal yet also public matter of married women covering their hair with hats, scarves, and even wigs. Hide & Seek is the first and only book to discuss the topic, and includes legal and sociological perspectives of this observance, citing relevant texts and rabbinic discourse, as well as the history, tradition, and customs of Jewish communities from around the world. (2002)
Note: Lynne Golodner wrote this book when she was Lynne Schreiber, in her first marriage, covering her own hair. She later uncovered, finding the practice confining, and disavows her earlier perspective that it is, indeed, a religious mandate. She believes it is a part of fitting in to religious communities rather than a strict observance dictated by God.
A Patient’s Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma
by Medical Writer, Lynne Meredith GolodnerCutaneous Lymphoma Foundation, 2012A comprehensive guide for patients, caregivers and others affected by cutaneous lymphoma.
Susan Thornton, Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
"Our Patient's Guide is a huge success! Thanks for your help on that - couldn't have done it without you!"
Living Inside: The Poetry of Prayer
by Lynne Meredith SchreiberDetroit, MI: Ridgeway Press/YMCA, 2003A chapbook of poems by Lynne Golodner (formerly Schreiber) based on daily Jewish prayer. (2001)
Residential Architecture: Living Places
by Lynne Meredith SchreiberChicago, IL: The Ashley Group/Cahners Publications, 2002A coffee table book by Lynne Golodner (formerly Schreiber) profiling the work of residential architect Dominick Tringali.
In The Shadow Of the Tree: A Therapeutic Writing Guide For Children With Cancer
by Lynne Meredith Schreiber Promise Publications, 2001In the late 1990s, Lynne Golodner hosted writing camps for children in metro Detroit. When one of her campers was diagnosed with leukemia, she started visiting the young girl to write together as a way to process her emotions and experiences going through treatment. Those writing sessions became this book, In The Shadow of the Tree: A Therapeutic Writing Guide for Children with Cancer, with the young patient's poems as examples for Lynne's writing exercises. The girl is now a doctor in her own right, working with pediatric cancer patients.
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Driving Off The Horizon
by Lynne Meredith CohnIM Press, 1996Lynne Golodner (nee Cohn) had a goal of having her first book published by the time she was 30. So imagine her surprise when her master's thesis, a manuscript of poetry written during her MFA in Writing program at Goddard College, was accepted for publication by IM Press in Takoma Park, Maryland. This book, Driving Off the Horizon, are poems of a twentysomething yearning for purpose and direction, for love and life, and share the fears, desires, concerns, and celebrations of all of us as we set out on a path toward independence.
Baltimore Jewish Times, July 1997Lynne Cohn is still inspired while driving. But these days, having come of age, she now considers safety and pulls over to the side of the road to wax poeticChiron Review, April 1997With HORIZON, Lynne Cohn has made a much-deserved foothold in the world of letters. The book also acts as a forecast of a force in poetry to be reckoned with in the future