Rosman, Steven M(ichael)
ROSMAN, Steven M(ichael)
ROSMAN, Steven M(ichael). American, b. 1956. Genres: Children's fiction, Mythology/Folklore, Theology/Religion. Career: Ordained as rabbi, 1983. Jewish Family Congregation, South Salem, NY, rabbi, 1982-. New York University, NYC, School of Continuing Education lecturer, 1987-88, School of Education adjunct instructor, 1989; Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, associate Jewish chaplain, 1987-88; Academy for Jewish Studies, lecturer, 1991-92. Works as a psychotherapist, holistic practitioner, and writer. Appears internationally and nationally as a professional storyteller. Publications: Sidrah Stories: A Torah Companion, 1989; (with P. Schram) Eight Tales for Eight Nights: Stories for Chanukah, 1990; Deena the Damselfly, 1992; (with K. Olitzky and D. Kasakove) When Your Jewish Child Asks You Why: Answers for Tough Questions, 1993; The Twenty-two Gates to the Garden, 1994; Spiritual Parenting: A Sourcebook for Parents and Teachers, 1994; The Bird of Paradise and Other Sabbath Stories, 1994. Contributor to a variety of secular and religious journals. Address: 34 Lewis Ln, Port Washington, NY 11050-2512, U.S.A.