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I'm a lefty, which makes me smart.  That's what they call a p --> q statement in logic.  See!  There's your proof! (Pun intended)

Book Club: Moose – A Memoir of Fat Camp

By January 9, 2009

Stephanie Klein, author of Moose: A Memoir of Fat Camp, spent the past week guest blogging on Jewcy. She opened with an explanation of her book’s title (and middle school nickname). Then she went on a rant about Japs (as … Read More

Everything You Wanted to Know about Gaza But Were Too Confused to Ask

By January 7, 2009

If you visited Jewcy in the past couple of weeks, the sheer abundance of the word "Gaza" in our headlines probably gave you the impression we’d been bought out by Ted Turner.  Or, if you hide under a rock during … Read More

Book Club: Shining City

By December 12, 2008

Seth Greenland, author of Shining City, spent the past week guest blogging on Jewcy. He opened with a story about a pimped out bar mitzvah, then told us why the publishing industry is moving toward literary fast food.  He explained … Read More

Book Club: Dumbfounded

By December 5, 2008

Matt Rothschild, author of Dumbfounded, has graced Jewcy this past week with heartfelt, entertaining stories about his childhood, the centerpiece of his memoir.  He started by telling us why he stands naked in open doorways.  Then he shared some of … Read More

Book Club: My Jesus Year

By December 5, 2008

Benyamin Cohen, author of My Jesus Year, spent the past week guest blogging on Jewcy about some of the experiences he had traveling church to church throughout America to write his book.  First, he told us why he thinks he’s … Read More

Book Club: Towers of Gold

By November 21, 2008

Frances Dinkelspiel, author of Towers of Gold, spent the past week guest blogging on Jewcy. She has enlightened us to all sorts of interesting facts about California’s history starting with the most recent natural disaster, let us in on why … Read More

Book Club: The Boy on the Door on the Ox

By November 21, 2008

Martin Samuel Cohen, author of The Boy on the Door on the Ox, spent the past week guest blogging on Jewcy.  Much like his book, Cohen took us on a journey through the Mishnah, beginning with some words on the … Read More

Book Club: Matrimony

By November 17, 2008

Joshua Henkin, author of Matrimony, spent the past week guest blogging on Jewcy.  He teed off with a post about the election of Barack Obama to the presidency.  Then he critiqued the expression of certain decades film and literature, followed … Read More