Jewish Literary Links for Shabbat
I love this piece by Erica Lyons. May it be a call to action for programs and those who run them–including programs for Jewish journalism–to recognize the potential contributions of those of us Jews who–horrors!–have passed our fortieth birthdays.
How did one collection of Jewish-focused fiction get its title? Read all about it.
What I’m reading right now: an advance copy of The Little Bride, by Anna Solomon.
Ken Schoen, proprietor of Schoen Books, chronicles a return to his family’s homeland.
Thirty-five years after Entebbe, Yonatan Netanyahu is remembered as a Harvard student. Which makes this Harvard alum especially moved, proud, and astonished that she wasn’t aware of this particular history.