The Chains of the Past: On A. M. Bakalar’s “Children of Our Age”
Mary Rodgers reviews A. M. Bakalar’s unflinching yet ultimately compassionate second novel, “Children of Our Age.”...
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A career performer and storyteller, Mary Rodgers has acted in plays and musicals across the globe, and was the keyboardist and lead singer in an all-female rock band for a number of years. Currently she splits her time between the sunny shores of the southeastern United States, and the considerably less sunny (but no less lovely) shores of southern England. Her first screenplay, Common Ground, was a finalist in the Moondance International Film Festival, and she is a member of SAG/AFTRA and Women in Film and Television.