Through the years, Emmy Award Winner, Eileen Bluestone Sherman, authored dramas, novels, television scripts, and the book and lyrics to new musicals. Her young adult novel, Monday in Odessa, earned the National Jewish Book Award; her YA novel, Independence Avenue, received the International Reading Association Teachers’ Choice Award. When writing musicals, Eileen collaborates with her sister, Gail C. Bluestone. From the stages of Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center to airwaves worldwide, the Bluestone Sisters’ work features some of Broadway’s most celebrated artists. The sisters’ recording, The Odd Potato: The Broadway Album (a musical on CD for Hanukkah), stars 20 Tony Award winners. In the last several years, their Norman Rockwell musical enjoyed special performances at Lincoln Center, Hallmarks’s Crown Center, and the Southern Vermont Arts Center. Along with producing partner, Grant Maloy Smith, Eileen co- founded the international group, The Indie Collaborative, an organization that fosters unique musical collaborations, crossing genres, cultures, and continents. The Violin Players, a Jewish Girl’s high school introduction to antisemitism, is the author’s “debut audiobook” and is now streaming on all major digital platforms. Earning 5-star reviews for her story and recording performance, Readers’ Favorite wrote, “I felt the excitement from the very 1st page, and it kept me glued until the very end.” To learn more visit
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