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Hosted at the Jewish Museum in NYC, Unpacking the Book brings together some of the finest writers of the day for conversations around contemporary Jewish life and identity.
Register for a free panel discussion with the winners and fellows of the 2017 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature on May 3rd at The Jewish Museum
Jewish Book Council names the National Jewish Book Award for Holocaust Studies and Narratives to Honor Jewish philanthropist and Holocaust survivor Ernest W. Michel.
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Changing the World from the Inside Out
by David Jaffe
A Jewish Approach to Personal and Social Change read more
by Nat Bernstein
In commemoration of Yom HaShoah, the Jewish Day of Holocaust Remembrance, Jewish Book Council compiles a preview of six new works of nonfiction unearthing the neglected narratives of the Shoah.
by Randy Susan Meyers
Money is not only supposedly the root of all evil, it’s at the heart of relationship battles, shattered dreams, and endless anxiety. Randy Susan Meyers discusses money, white-collar crime, and her new novel, The Widow of Wall Street.