Monthly Archives: January 2010

Melissa Broder’s Pen Pal #2

In her last posts, Melissa Broder conducted a “Jewish vs. Goyish litmus test” for the year in review, shared the B-Sides of her forthcoming When You Say One Thing but Mean Your Mother (Feb. 6), imagined being in Hebrew School with John Stewart, Bob Dylan, and Rahm Emanuel, and wrote her pen pal Esther Schwebel.

Dear god,

Help me remember to approach you laughing, like our friend Tevye the milkman. Continue reading here.

Sydney Taylor Book Award Blog Tour

Posted by Naomi Firestone

Can’t make it to a local venue to hear the best Jewish children’s book authors of the year?

Continue reading here.

Forward partners with Haaretz

Posted by Naomi Firestone

Starting this week, the Forward is partnering with the English edition of Haaretz. Continue reading here. 

 

Melissa Broder’s Pen Pal # 1

In her last posts, Melissa Broder conducted a “Jewish vs. Goyish litmus test” for the year in review, shared the B-Sides of her forthcoming When You Say One Thing but Mean Your Mother (Feb. 6), and imagined being in Hebrew School with John Stewart, Bob Dylan, and Rahm Emanuel.

Dear Esther Schwebel,

Continue reading here.

Famous Jews You Went to Hebrew School With

In her last posts, Melissa Broder conducted a “Jewish vs. Goyish litmus test” for the year in review and shared the B-Sides of her forthcoming When You Say One Thing but Mean Your Mother (Feb. 6).

Continue reading here.


The Struggles of Spiritual Writing

Posted by Naomi Firestone

JBooks.com‘s latest installment, “The Struggles of Spiritual Writing”. Continue reading here.

B-Sides with Melissa Broder

In her last post, Melissa Broder, author of the forthcoming When You Say One Thing but Mean Your Mother (February 6th), conducted a “Jewish vs. Goyish litmus test” for the year in review.

In editing my first book, When You Say One Thing but Mean Your Mother, some of the poems in the first drafts inevitably got whacked. Continue reading here.