Every Friday My Machberet presents an array of Jewish-interest links, primarily of the literary variety.
The May Jewish Book Carnival went live this week. It’s a great one.
Over on the Fig Tree Books blog, we took note of Herman Wouk’s approaching 100th birthday.
Congregation B’nai Israel in Rumson, N.J., is looking for a part-time librarian/library coordinator.
The American Jewish Congress is advertising for a Social Media Coordinator to work from its New York City offices.
New Jersey Jewish News features a Q&A with Letty Cottin Pogrebin on the occasion of her new novel’s publication.
Photo Credit: Reut Miryam Cohen
Shabbat shalom, and have a joyous Shavuot.
As Yom Yerushalayim is observed today, I am reminded of a poem I wrote a few years ago. Titled “Jerusalem Dream,” the poem was a response to a challenge issued via The Missouri Review. You can read all about that poem–and the original challenge that inspired it–over here.
How fast can you bookmark the site for World Literature Today?
The new (May 2015) issue spotlights “New Hebrew Writing.” Only portions of the issue are available to non-subscribers online, but there’s enough there that I, for one, can tell that I’ll be spending a lot of time on the site as soon as those minutes/hours become available.
Check it out. (Tip o’ the hat to The Literary Saloon for the find.)