The Jewish Book Council is pleased to announce that Matti Friedman, author of The Aleppo Codex: A True Story of Obsession, Faith, and the Pursuit of an Ancient Bible (Algonquin Books), is the winner of the 2014 Sami Rohr Prize for Literature.
The Jewish Book Council seeks to hire an individual for an unpaid part-time spring internship (2-3 days a week).
Over 200 authors are criss-crossing North America this year to attend Jewish book festivals and programs. Find out which authors (and find yourself a new book to read).
Pick of the Week Binocular Vision
Edith Pearlmanread more
by Foxman & Wolf
For better or for worse, the power of the global Internet highlights the many complex trade-offs between freedom of speech and our right to protection from the spreading of vicious hatred, forcing us to examine how we, as a society, should go forward. read more
by Kenneth Bonert
I first came across the writings of Dovid Katz while researching what happened to my relatives in Lithuania in the summer of 1941.
by David Evanier
The reissuing of my novel about Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Red Love, as an e-book this month is a joyful moment for me.