The guidelines and submission form for the 2014 National Jewish Book Awards are now available. The deadline for submission is October 8, 2014.
The Jewish Book Council’s literary map of New York City marks the landmarks, descriptions, and allusions found in the works of some of our heritage’s greatest writers.
Stephanie Feldman, author of Angel of Losses, shares a list of her favorite Wandering Jews.
Pick of the Week The Newcomers
Lily Poritz Millerread more
Rhinestones, Religion, and the Republic: Fashioning Jewishness in France
by Kimberly A. Arkin
An examination of ethnic prejudice among young French Jews. read more
by Samantha Baskind
Some of the most important twentieth-century American artists also happen to be Jewish. To this point they have been celebrated for their contributions to major art movements, like Pop Art, Abstract Expressionism, and Photorealism.
by Roz Chast
Tahneer Oksman spoke to Roz Chast about her recently published book Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant.