Author Laura Amy Schlitz appears on The Book of Life Podcast, talking about her triple-award-winning diary format teen novel, The Hired Girl.http://jewishbooks.blogspot.
At HUC-JIR’s Needle in the Bookstacks (http://huc.edu/research/
Barbara Krasner from The Whole Megillah | The Writer's Resource for Jewish Story interviews author Rich Michelson about his new acclaimed picture book, Fascinating: The Life of Leonard Nimoy.
Author’s Notebook | Richard Michelson, Author of Fascinating: The Life of Leonard Nimoy
The Fig Tree Books blog continues its series of features on books that have won the Edward Lewis Wallant Award. Up this month: Eileen Pollack's In the Mouth: Stories and Novellas.
Over on My Machberet, Erika Dreifus introduces Twenty Girls to Envy Me, selected poetry by Orit Gidali, translated from the Hebrew by Marcela Sulak.
Returning: Reflections & Resources on Teshuvah. http://www.damaged-mirror.com/A free discussion guide for the month of Elul examines some of the difficulties and dilemmas facing those who seek to heal the wounds of their own souls—especially self-inflicted wounds. These topics are explored through a series of dialogues between a former member of the Birkenau Sonderkommando and a rabbi. Foreword by Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo.
Lorri M.'s Writings contributed the following: https://jewaicious.wordpress.
From Chava Pinchuck at Life Is Like a Library, the annual Elul reading list includes books about "Blessings and Gifts."
Samuel Griswold contributes an article entitled "Historical Fiction as Midrash."
From Deb Miller and BooksandBlintzes https://booksandblintzes.com/
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