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Shalom Auslander Looks For A Holocaust Hiding Spot

Shalom Auslander Looks For A Holocaust Hiding Spot
By October 25, 2011

Shalom Auslander calls Ira Glass, Sarah Vowell, and some of his other friends to ask if he can hide in their attics. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Neal Pollack on “Jewball”

Jewcy Interviews: Neal Pollack on “Jewball”
By October 24, 2011

Neal Pollack has written a number of hit books on a wide range of subjects. For his latest, Jewball, Pollack has gone down a different road. Read More

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Caryn Rose’s Rock’n'Roll Love Letter (In Book Form)

Caryn Rose’s Rock’n'Roll Love Letter (In Book Form)
By October 17, 2011

The author’s debut novel is a rock and roll Frankenstein, brought to life with equal parts fanzine, road tale, and love story. Read More

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The Last Of The Old Jewish Comedians: An Interview With Drew Friedman

The Last Of The Old Jewish Comedians: An Interview With Drew Friedman
By October 10, 2011

We talk to artist Drew Friedman about his final installment of the Old Jewish Comedians series. Read More

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Days Of Awe(some) Books: A High Holiday Reading List

Days Of Awe(some) Books: A High Holiday Reading List
By September 26, 2011

David Foster Wallace, Moby-Dick, and of course some Kafka: This ain’t your typical Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur reading list. Read More

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The Weekly Yiderati: Damn It Feels Good To Be A Funny Jewish Writer

The Weekly Yiderati: Damn It Feels Good To Be A Funny Jewish Writer
By September 15, 2011

Is anthology of funny American writings the most Jewish book of the year? Read More

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Bret Easton Ellis And Hasidic Wigs

Bret Easton Ellis And Hasidic Wigs
By September 13, 2011

We’ve always wanted to combine the writer of Less Than Zero with ultra-Orthodox headwear into one concise title, and our favorite lit mag, The Believer, has made that dream come true with their September issue. Read More

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@MayorEmanuel Gets The Excerpt Treatment

@MayorEmanuel Gets The Excerpt Treatment
By September 7, 2011

The fictionalized Twitter musings of the man who would go on to become America’s favorite Jewish mayor (sorry Bloomberg), written buy a guy who used to put together the world’s best punk magazine, is finally getting the book treatment. Read More

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