One never knows what will ignite a journalist. Angela Barbuti of the NY Press, the publisher of the “Our Town” papers that line our Manhattan neighborhoods with local news, interviewed me recently about “Yo Miz!” For fun, I spit a few rhymes and she ran with it. If you haven’t become weary with my shameless […]
Here’s a chatty guest blog I was invited to do for Motherhood Defined. Read it here or grab your magnifying glasses for the screen shot below.
Joan Brunwasser, Senior Editor of opednews.com, graced me with a 2-part interview on her popular website. She is co-founder of Citizens for Election Reform (CER) which since 2005 existed for the soul purpose of raising the public awareness of the critical need for election reform. She also turns the spotlight on whistle-blowers, activists, artists of […]
Moriah Costa, education reporter for watchdog.org, just posted this interview with me about Yo Miz! entitled, “Inside America’s Largest School District: A Substitute Teacher Tells Her Story.” Thanks so much, Moriah!
Fred Holland is the host of the Morning Show on WTKI in Huntsville. His wife is a nurse and teacher. Invited to speak with him on the air about “Yo Miz!” for two segments, once we got going, he decided to expand our interview to three segments. I am very impressed with his thoughtful, well-informed questions […]
“Elizabeth Rose’s Yo Miz! is hands down the best book ever written about the experience of being an ATR (rotating substitute teacher) in the nightmare world of Michael Bloomberg’s Department of Education. Following her journey from school to school is heartbreaking and infuriating, especially because this is an incredibly talented teacher who LOVES young people. […]
Yo Miz! is a love story – not a “summer romance,” not a “fling,” not a “brief infatuation” — but a real love story where the stakes are high and lives are at risk…you’ll love the teachers and you’ll love the kids!
“Despite the fact that there’s never been a sub quite like Miz Rose, she manages to capture what it is about NYC schools that we both love (and occasionally hate). I love it. It’s a masterpiece. I couldn’t put it down.”