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Toward the end of each week, the My Machberet blog presents a collection of links, drawn primarily from the world of Jewish books and writing.
Welcome to the first batch of links for the new Jewish year 5782!
- I’m proud to present my review of Dara Horn’s new essay collection People Love Dead Jews: Reports from a Haunted Present, which appears in the latest issue of Moment magazine.
- Mazal tov to Jennifer Tzivia MacLeod on the launch of When You Came: A Jewish Book of Arrival, Greeting, and Celebration, “a different kind of Jewish kids’ book,” the genesis of which you can read about in this lovely post.
- Speaking of Jewish kids’ books: I missed the Association of Jewish Libraries’ recent session on “Recommended Recent Jewish Children’s Books for Collection Development.” Luckily, the session’s recording is now available; I hope to watch it asap.
- The Book of Life podcast’s latest episode features an interview with Margret Aldrich, Director of Communications at the Little Free Library organization; the discussion includes exciting news about how Jewish books are being included in the organization’s Read In Color program.
- And just in case all of the foregoing isn’t enough to keep you busy—there’s a new issue of JewishFiction.Net to peruse, too.
Shabbat shalom, and g’mar chatima tova.