Articles written by: Maureen Mroczek Morris

Maureen Mroczek Morris

Maureen Mroczek Morris is the Consular Assistant to the Honorary Consul in San Francisco and is a major sponsor of the new film series at the San Francisco Polish Club. She is a member of the Canadian Foundation for Polish Studies and a PitR participant/sponsor since 2004. Maureen is web master for the Polish Club in San Francisco, for the Honorary Consul in San Francisco, and assistant web master for the San Francisco-Kraków Sister Cities Association. She also assists with web page management for PitR and for CR.

The Warsaw Conspiracy
2013 Vol. 5 No. 1 / Books

The Warsaw Conspiracy

James Conroyd Martin’s very popular Polish trilogy is now complete. Martin has a genuine fondness for his characters, says reviewer Maureen Mroczek Morris, as does the reader.

Manya, The Living History of Marie Skłodowska Curie
2011 Vol. 3 No. 4 - Winter / Features

Manya, The Living History of Marie Skłodowska Curie

A spellbinding performance by a master storyteller.

Passage from England: A Memoir
2011 Vol. 3 No. 3 - Fall / Books

Passage from England: A Memoir

Frank Zajaczkowski’s memoir about growing up in a dysfunctional family and eventually learning his father’s story and coming to understand it.

The Katyń Order – A Novel of WWII Reviewed
2011 Vol 3. No. 2 - Summer / Books

The Katyń Order – A Novel of WWII Reviewed

American novelist Doug Jacobson weaves a fictional tale against the background of the great crime.

CR talks to…  Doug Jacobson, author of The Katyń Order
2011 Vol 3. No. 2 - Summer / Interviews

CR talks to… Doug Jacobson, author of The Katyń Order

Maureen Mroczek Morris talks to to the author of The Katyń Order about the use of fiction to tell a historical tale.

Quiet Hero: Secrets From My Father’s Past
2010 Vol. 2 No. 3 - Fall / Books

Quiet Hero: Secrets From My Father’s Past

A tale of discovery – about a father’s heroic but tragic wartime experience, and the discovery of the author’s Polish heritage.