Ursula Werner is a writer and attorney currently living in Washington, DC, with her family. Born in Germany and raised in South Florida, she has practiced law while continuing her creative writing, publishing two books of poetry, In the Silence of the Woodruff (2006) and Rapunzel Revisited (2010). Her first novel, The Good at Heart, was published by Touchstone Books earlier this year.
What My Nazi Great-Grandfather Taught Me About the Obligation to Act
The Enterprise of Reading Anne Frank as a Writer