In addition to serving as the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL) Facebook Writer-in-Residence for December, I’m also hosting the next monthly Jewish Book Carnival. What’s the Jewish Book Carnival, you ask? Like last month’s host, I’m going to borrow the description from the Jewish Book Council’s ProsenPeople blog, which hosted in October:
“In case you’re new here, the series is a monthly event where book bloggers who promote Jewish literature come together to share some of their best content from the past month. Each month the round-up of posts can be found on a different Jewish literary blog, so be sure to check out Jewish Book Carnival HQ for future (and past) hosts (and posts!).
Want to participate in the December Carnival, which will go live here on My Machberet after sundown on December 15? Please send the link to your chosen blog post to me by close-of-business on Monday, December 10. (Authors-who-blog: Please note that the carnival’s spirit emphasizes discussing other people’s work instead of our own.)
I’m eager to receive your submissions (bonus points if you use “December Jewish Book Carnival” in the subject line of your e-mail), and I look forward to presenting a super-duper December Carnival for all to enjoy!