Pre-Shabbat (and Passover!) Jewish Literary Links
“Holocaust Jokes” is a powerful work by Sarah Snider, recently published by The Masters Review.
I still haven’t managed to read my friend Rebecca Klempner’s new kidlit book Adina at Her Best—but another friend, Talia Liben Yarmush, has just reviewed it for Jewish Home LA.
If you’re one of the many Shtisel fans I know, you’ll likely appreciate Ruth Margalit’s piece on the show and its co-creators. (And if you haven’t yet watched the series, the piece may prompt you to do so.)
I’ve run across two job postings at the Forward: Editor-in-Chief and Audience Development Editor.
Finally, the April edition of the Jewish Book Carnival was posted this week, hosted for the month by Gila Green.
In which the My Machberet blog presents an array of Jewish-interest links, primarily of the literary variety.
Wishing everyone a Shabbat shalom, happy Passover—and l’hitraot, since I’ll be taking a brief break from blogging.