As 2022 comes to a close we’re reflect­ing on a year filled with fan­tas­tic sto­ries. Check out the ten essays on PB Dai­ly that you (our ter­rif­ic read­ers!) read the most this past year! (And if you’re ready to just skip to 2023, we’ve cre­at­ed a pre­view of thir­teen books we can’t wait to come out this win­ter.) 

Land of Milk and Hon­ey” by Gina Pfeffer-Mulligan

Fur­ther­more” by Miron C. Izak­son, trans­lat­ed by Joseph Faust

When Words Are Not Enough” by Joshua M. Greene

Simona is the Jew­ish Book Coun­cil’s man­ag­ing edi­tor of dig­i­tal con­tent and mar­ket­ing. She grad­u­at­ed from Sarah Lawrence Col­lege with a con­cen­tra­tion in Eng­lish and His­to­ry and stud­ied abroad in India and Eng­land. Pri­or to the JBC she worked at Oxford Uni­ver­si­ty Press. Her writ­ing has been fea­tured in LilithThe Nor­mal School, Dig­ging through the Fat, and oth­er pub­li­ca­tions. She holds an MFA in fic­tion from The New School.