Jewish Literary Links for Shabbat by Erika Dreifus on January 27, 2012 0 Photo Credit: Reut Miryam Cohen Two fabulous Twitter book club titles coming up from the Jewish Book Council: in February, Anna Solomon’s The Little Bride; in March, Nathan Englander’s What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank. Tablet summarizes all the latest Jewish book award news (and then some). Author Rachel Kadish writes about Hala Salah Eldin Hussein, an editor/translator in Cairo, “and the connection we’ve forged through working together.” Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Pleased and grateful to receive two gifts–both inscribed–in the mail this week: William C. Donahue’s Holocaust as Fiction: Bernhard Schlink’s Nazi Novels and Their Films, and Anthony Levin’s House of the Collective Unconscious, a new poetry collection. If you haven’t yet seen Andrew Lustig’s remarkable video piece on “What It Means to Be a Jew,” you must. Shabbat shalom.