Cel­e­brate Jew­ish Book Month with #30days30authors! In hon­or of the 90th anniver­sary of Fan­ny Gold­stein’s trib­ute to Jew­ish books in the West End’s branch of the Boston Pub­lic Library, Jew­ish Book Coun­cil invit­ed 30 lead­ing authors, one for each day of the month, to answer a few ques­tions.

Joshua Cohen was born in 1980 in Atlantic City. He has writ­ten nov­els (Book of Num­bers, Witz, A Heav­en of Oth­ers, Caden­za for the Schnei­der­mann Vio­lin Con­cer­to), short fic­tion (Four New Mes­sages), and non­fic­tion for Harper’s, The New York Times, Lon­don Review of Books, Book­fo­rum, and oth­ers. He lives in New York City.

Joshua Cohen is the author of Witz, The Heav­en of Oth­ers, The Quo­rum, Caden­za for the Schnei­der­mann Vio­lin Con­cer­to, among oth­er titles.