Welcome back to the Jewish book carnival! I am so pleased to be the host once more. Let’s get right to the show with some great links:
-At the Whole Megillah
, Barbara Krasner interviews Louise Borden, author of the Sydney Taylor Book Award for Older Readers, His Name Was Raoul Wallenberg
. She’s getting wondreful feedback on the interview–folks are saying its the most interesting one they’ve ever read.
-The Book of Life, features an interview with Kathy Kacer, author of We Are Their Voice.
-Check out: People of the Books! Just scroll through February 2013 posts to read interviews with the winners of the Sydney Taylor Book Award.
-Erika Dreifus at My Machberet serves up great tips for publicizing Jewish books and reflections on the 2013 Sami Rohr Prize finalist titles.
-Jonathan Kirsch reviews of ANTI-JUDAISM
by David Nirenberg. It originally appeared in the Jewish Journal.
-Life is like a Library has highlights of Kathe Pinchuk’s visit to the Jerusalem International Book Fair, including panels with Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks and acclaimed author Naomi Alderman.
-At Lori M writings, you can read a review of The Conversation: A Novel, by Joshua Golding and The Provider, by Evelyn R. Marshall.
-Cynthia Polansky shared an interesting interview.
-Barbara Bietz has an interview with her friend Michelle Markel here.
-And right here at my blog, I’ve got a really interesting interview with illustrator Adam Gustavson, illustrator of Hannah’s Way. Great stuff!