Every Friday My Machberet presents an array of Jewish-interest links, primarily of the literary variety.
This week on the Israel in Translation podcast: Marcela Sulak presents Ilana Kurshan’s If All the Seas Were Ink (and shares news about an upcoming conference).
An overview of notes left around the Franz Kafka’s grave, collected by the late journalist and translator, Ruth Bondy, via Bondy’s archive in the National Library of Israel.
This year’s Jewish American Heritage Month is spotlighting Jewish contributions to American music, which makes this review of Write On, Irving Berlin—a new picture book—all the more notable.
Nice review by Ellen Elow-Mintz of Mark Sarvas’s new novel Memento Park.
And farewell to the Chicago Jewish Star.
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