Jewish Literary Links

an open book (with Hebrew pages visible); subtitle reads "Jewish Literary Links"
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  • If you missed last Sunday’s Literary Modiin Israel Solidarity event, a recording is now available. (My own remarks about addressing antisemitism are included.)
  • There still time—until 4pm Eastern Friday (December 22)—to bid on the tempting array of items that Artists Against Antisemitism is offering in its auction to benefit Project Shema’s educational efforts.
  • For Tablet, Maxim D. Shrayer analyzes “the intifada generation that sacrificed its poets” that is valorized by the international literary community—”a valediction not forbidding Israel-hatred.”
  • Open for fiction submissions: Paper Brigade, the Jewish Book Council’s literary journal, until February 15, 2024. Note that they do charge a $3 fee for each submission; writers are paid for accepted/published work, although the rate is not specified.
  • And the December Jewish Book Carnival has gone live, hosted for the month by Barbara Bietz.

And one more note: If you haven’t checked it lately, you may want peruse the “After October 7: Readings, Recordings, and More” document-in-progress. May it be a Shabbat shalom for all.

an open book (with Hebrew pages visible); subtitle reads "Jewish Literary Links"

2 thoughts on “Jewish Literary Links

  1. Thank you, Erika. I look forward to your weekly Jewish Literary Links as a way to stay connected with our larger community in these difficult times. Wishing you a good winter break, and a new year of warm breezes, stimulating conversations, and people who fill your heart with hope.

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