Deborah Williams is veteran New Yorker who now lives in Abu Dhabi (which is not Dubai). Her greatest feminist challenge at the moment is raising two teenage sons; she's also a literature professor, a columnist for the UAE newspaper The National, and a recovering PTA president. Her novel The Time Locket (written as Deborah Quinn) about a 21st century girl in the 17th century colony of Roanoke, came out a few years ago, and she is currently at work on a book about Abu Dhabi and New York.
Deborah Williams Articles
That summer became the fulcrum of a seesaw: as my children need me less, my mother needed me more. My mother's arthritis taught me to love and let go.Read...