- The Forward‘s staff selects “five of the most important Jewish poetry books of 2010.” Meantime, Gal Beckerman spotlights “five of the most important Jewish non-fiction books” of the year,” and Allison Gaudet Yarrow features five Jewish novels.
- Jewcy is in list-making mode, too. Here’s its non-fiction list, and here’s the one for fiction (novels and short story collections).
- Daniel Levenson, New Vilna Review editor, tells readers what to expect in 2011.
- Sara Ivry introduces readers to the work of debut novelist Nadia Kalman, a new voice among the cohort of Jewish writers from the FSU.
- I’m busy preparing to embark on a blog tour to celebrate my short-story collection, Quiet Americans. Find out where you can find me (online, anyway) starting January 17.
Shabbat shalom, and Happy New Year!