Saturday, December 3, 2016 Kislev 3, 5777
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Liz Spikol | JE Staff
There are so many good books out right now, and coming out in the next few months, that it’s almost impossible to pick just a few — especially with so many fantastically talented Jewish authors.
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Farting dragons, pioneering feminists, the perfect hot dog — these are just a few subjects that will appear in the books chosen for Jewish Book Month at Main Point Books.
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Harriet Levin Millan, director of the certificate program in writing and publishing at Drexel University, just came out with How Fast Can You Run, a fictional novel based on the nonfictional life of Michael Majok Kuch, a Sudanese refugee.
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Liz Spikol | JE Staff
Part of Dotty Brown’s mission with her new book, Boathouse Row: Waves of Change in the Birthplace of American Rowing, is to challenge stereotypes about rowing and preconceived notions of the city’s boathouse culture.
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Liz Spikol | JE Staff
This year, many of the festival’s featured authors were Jewish, including chef-restaurateur Michael Solomonov; debut novelist Andy Abramowitz; children’s author Jodi Moore; journalists Matt Katz, Sally Friedman and Maury Z. Levy; and Irene Levy Baker.
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