Books

True Crime-Memoir Tells Tale of Double Murder

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  Emma Copley Eisenberg’s short stories and essays have been published in most of the places you’d expect to find a literary rising star: McSweeney’s,...
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Jewish Book Award Winners Have Philadelphia Ties

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This post has been updated to include information regarding Kenneth D. Wald. The Jewish Book Council announced the winners of the National Jewish Book Awards...
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Book Review | ‘How Yiddish Changed America’ Chronicles a Rich Language

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“How Yiddish Changed America and How America Changed Yiddish” Edited by Ilan Stavans and Josh Lambert Restless Books “Radical, dangerous and sexy.” This is not the tagline for...
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Book Review | ‘The Topeka School’ Is a Novel About Jewishness

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“The Topeka School” Ben Lerner Farrar, Strauss and Giroux Early on in “The Topeka School,” a new novel by Ben Lerner, two Jewish psychologists have a discussion...
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New Book Compiles Sportswriter Stan Hochman’s Columns

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For someone who called himself the third-best writer in his own family, Stan Hochman left a significant mark in Philadelphia. The longtime Philadelphia Daily News...
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Book Review | ‘The Berlin Woman’ Disappoints

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‘The Berlin Woman’Alan KaufmanMandel Vilar PressThe Jewish Exponent receives dozens of new fiction books each month, and many hit the discard pile immediately because...
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Book Review | ‘Live a Little’ Delivers Beautiful Sentences

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"Live a Little" Howard Jacobson Hogarth There is little that actually happens in the course of Howard Jacobson’s “Live a Little.” For Beryl Dusinberry and Shimi Carmelli, two...
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Wynnewood Woman Launches Jewish Children’s Literary Magazine

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Interested in having the smartest Jewish kid on the block? If so, look into Honeycake for the new reader in your life this Chanukah. Founded...
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Book Review | ‘Citizen 865’ Chronicles the Search for Hiding Nazis

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Citizen 865: The Hunt for Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America Debbie Cenziper Hachette Books By the mid-1970s, World War II had been over for three decades. Nazi trials...
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Author Mitch Albom Shares Story of ‘Finding Chika’

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Mitch Albom described it as the most personal thing he’s ever written. “Finding Chika: A Little Girl, an Earthquake, and the Making of a Family”...