Jewish Literary Links for Shabbat
Every Friday morning My Machberet presents an assortment of Jewish literary news from around the Web.
First up: You still have a few days to enter a giveaway and (maybe) win a copy of Yuvi Zalkow’s A Brilliant Novel in the Works.
Next: This week saw the publication of Shani Boianjiu’s The People of Forever Are Not Afraid. Check out the thoughtful review up on the Jewish Book Council website. (And if you’re wondering why Boianjiu, an Israeli, wrote her debut book in English, here’s your answer.)
This week also brought us “Return to Fulda,” a beautiful essay by Kenneth R. Weinstein.
Exciting news about a new international Jewish artist retreat. And on a related note: Mazel Tov to the new LABA Artist Fellows.
In case you missed it: On my other blog, there’s an announcement about my first book review for the Jewish Review of Books.
New Yorkers: Mark your calendars for December 6, when the CUNY Graduate Center will host “Contemporary Jewish-American Writing: What Has Changed?” – an event featuring Edith Pearlman, Mikhal Dekel, Nancy K. Miller, and Judith Shulevitz
Photo Credit: Reut Miryam Cohen
Shabbat shalom (and l’shanah tovah).