The guidelines and submission form for the 2014 National Jewish Book Awards are now available. The deadline for submission is October 8, 2014.
Inspired by some of the wonderful literary maps we've seen around the web, Jewish Book Council decided to design one with a Jewish literary angle.
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Pick of the Week Turbulent Souls
Stephen J. Dubnerread more
The Forest Feast: Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the Woods
by Erin Gleeson
A gorgeous hard-cover spread containing colorful, earthy, and—as promised—simple dishes. read more
by Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman
"If these passages from the Bible's cutting room floor had become the canon instead of what we have, would Western civilization be different?"
by Stuart Rojstaczer
"In America, Yiddish has been distorted into some cutesy thing that’s all about jokes, colorful curses, and sentiment. But in my childhood home, it wasn’t a cute language. It was the language of commerce, heated arguments, and sophisticated thought."