‘Bachoo Lema- a- nam’ by Sarah Ben Dor (my pen name) written in Hebrew. This title means :- Weep for Them
My second book on the same subject, is in English, and it’s title is David’s Story. This time, my family is name, Doron, which means a gift. This book can be found on Amazon as well as on Smashwords.
The Abarbanel Psychiatric Hospital published an article of mine called: Proclaiming: my son has schizophrenia.
Personal Account appeared in the Schizophrenia Bulletin published by the US Health & Human Resources vol. 27 no. 2 in 2002.
The Schizophrenia Digest, Canada carried a letter I wrote entitled Not Here to Hold.
The Jewish Family Journal, Horizons, carried an essay I wrote on the subject of my son’s illness.
The Israel Journal of Psychiatry carried David’s Story in their English publication in 2010.
The Greek Journal of medical Services translated my story; A Mother’s Perspective into Greek and then carried the article in both Greek and English and sent me a copy.
An Anthology in Hebrew, On The Way Up, edited by Yecheskiel Teller, on mental health for the community, carried excerpts from my story, Weep for Them.
TRANSITIONS carried an essay of mine and KALEIDOSCOPE published an essay. This magazine explores the experience of disability through literature and the fine arts. I was informed that it was chosen from more than 350 submissions.
Brindle and Glass in Canada, are promoting their new Anthology Hidden Lives, edited by Lenore Rowntree & Andrew Boden, which includes my story, The Last Call.