“‘Censorship’ is a word largely devoid of meaning, one trotted out for use because no one wants to support it, just like ‘openness’ is a word used because no one wants to oppose it. The fact is that not only do we tolerate censorship every day, we expect it. We censor racists, for example, and […]
With a focus on redressing literary tokenism.
The best sentence I’ve read during the past week, “out of context and without commentary.”
A quick look back at my Jewish reading for the past year.
A collection of links, drawn primarily from the world of Jewish books and writing.
For the most part, this page will reflect what I post about my reading on Goodreads. Frankly, what I’m posting are really brief notes, not book reviews. In any case: Books that I receive as complimentary review copies will be noted as such. The most recent reading is listed first.