Writings by Fedora Horowitz

The Oakland Community College's "Pieces of Our Selves" series contains her short stories A Memory and “Ginny” (Southfield and Farmington Hills, Michigan, Spring 1981). Fedora’s story "The Earrings" was published in 1982 in Odyssey, the Journal of the Humanities of Oakland University.

Fedora was a winner in the Sylvia Wolens Jewish Heritage Competition sponsored by the Boca Raton Jewish Community Center; in 2001 for “A Passover Story”, in 2003 for "The Righteous People of Denmark", and in 2004 for "A Day to Remember." Each was published in Prizewinning Stories, a publication of the Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center in Boca Raton, Florida.

In 2009, Passager Books published Fedora’s diary, The Saga of Our Passportin KEEPING TIME, 150 YEARS OF JOURNAL WRITING. In the subsequent BURNING BRIGHT, PASSAGER CELEBRATES 21 YEARS (2011), her story “Bertha” was included.

The Writer’s Café, a publication presented by the Parkland Library, Florida, facilitator Antonia Phillips Rabb, included the story DerMeister in 2010; “Encounters,” “Family Album; Second Time Around” in 2011, and “Coming to America in 2013.

Besides her historical novel, “Jaffa Beach,” which was published in 2013 by CreateSpace, a division of Amazon, a book of memoirs, “Vignettes from a Communist Country” will be soon ready for publication.