This month, we are thinking about books. And books. And more books. Books, books, books, and their life in the worlds of Jewish experience. We’ll be talking with the leaders of the three major Jewish publishers: Gedaliah Zlotowitz, Matthew Miller, and Altie Karper; we’ll be returning to speak with Michelle Margolis, our favorite librarian, who will walk us through the life of a librarian; and we’ll be speaking with Rabbi Emanuel Feldman, to learn about the life of Jewish writing.
This topic is for anyone who loves books and wants to know more about what goes into them: from writing to publishing to their life in libraries. We hope you enjoy our ride through the world of books. We’ll be trying some new formats in this topic, so keep your eyes peeled as there are surprises to come. As always, keep asking questions.
Writing the Book: What goes into the writing of a book on a Jewish topic?
Publishing the Book: What does a publisher consider when deciding to publish a Jewish book?
Keeper of the Book: What does a librarian of Jewish books look for in a book?
If you are a book-lover, this is the book that you didn’t know that you needed. Delightful, witty, and perfectly delicious, this ode to books and the people that read them. This book will make you smile, think, and hopefully enjoy the process of reading more through it.