Jewish Literary Links for Shabbat by Erika Dreifus on April 20, 2012 Disabled Photo Credit: Reut Miryam Cohen This week brought us the April Jewish Book Carnival, an assortment of book-focused blog links from a multiple contributors. Many thanks to April’s host, Amy Meltzer and her terrific Homeshuling blog. An extensive (and salty) interview with U.S. Poet Laureate Philip Levine, complemented by several poems, on Tablet. My friend B.J. Epstein is a scholar of children’s literature (among her other areas of expertise). This week, she shared some thoughts on “No Happy Endings: Holocaust Memorial Day and Children.” In case you missed the post earlier this week, author Ellen Cassedy anticipated Yom HaShoah with reflections on Eva Hoffman’s inspirational After Such Knowledge. Also on the Holocaust theme: my enthusiastic review of Laurent Binet’s HHhH (translated by Sam Taylor). And an item from my Practicing Writing blog, about Yom HaShoah and my short story collection, Quiet Americans. Shabbat shalom.