Dana Mack is proud to announce the publication of her first work of fiction, All Things That Deserve To Perish: A Novel of Wilhelmine Germany.
Ms. Mack is the author of two non-fiction books: The Assault on Parenhood: How Our Culture Undermines the Family (Simon & Schuster) and The Book of Marriage: The Wisest Answers to the Toughest Questions(Eerdmans). An historian, journalist and musician, Ms. Mack’s articles on music, history, culture, family issues, and education have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Commentary Magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, the New Criterion, the Washington Post, USA Today, and many other publications.
Trained as a classical pianist, Dana is the granddaughter of the famed violin virtuoso Mischa Elman. A fourth generation San Franciscan on three sides, she holds an undergraduate degree in Music from the University of California at Berkeley and a graduate degree in East Central European History from Columbia University. She currently lives with her husband in Fairfield County, Connecticut, where she has an active piano studio.