This is my first turn at hosting the Jewish Book Carnival, which appears monthly. It's a collection of links to posts about Jewish books and Jewish Literature. In some cases the posts are book reviews of Jewish books, while others are about Jewish literature or authors.
A number of bloggers sent me links. Please visit, comment and share, thanks.
Over on My Machberet, Erika Dreifus routinely curates pre-Shabbat Jewish-lit links. Here's one recent post, which includes a link to Erika's own article on the AJL Fiction Award for Tablet magazine.
Heidi Rabinowitz interviews Antonio Iturbe, author of THE LIBRARIAN OF AUSCHWITZ. This book won the 2018 Sydney Taylor Book Award in the Teen Readers Category. Antonio Iturbe on the 2018 Sydney Taylor Book Award Blog Tour
New English Review has Jewish Memories and Visions: A Review of Two Books.
Deborah Kalb interviews a wide variety of authors on her blog, deborahkalbbooks.blogspot.com. Here's a recent interview with Dara Horn about her new novel, ETERNAL LIFE.
SYLVIA ROUSS wrote Lessons I’ve Learned from 25 Years in Children’s Publishing.
Barbara Bietz blogs about Almost A Minyan by Lori Kline, including interviewing the author.
On Sasson Magazine, the new site for alt-frum writers and authors, Rivka Levy shares 10 tips on how authors can continue to enjoy writing even when they aren't earning a lot of money, or getting a lot of kudos for their work.
I reviewed the fictionalized history of Rabbi Akiva by Yochi Brandes, The Orchard.
I highly recommend that anyone who is interested in Jewish Literature or reviews Jewish books should get involved in this blog carnival.
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Next month's Jewish Book Carnival will be hosted by The Whole Megillah. Please send in your link and blurb to email@example.com, with "Jewish Book Carnival" as the subject, by March 10, 2018, thanks.