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This Nazi-Jewish Romance Novel is Horrifying

By On August 7, 2015

There’s a new romance novel hot off the presses, and it’s pretty disturbing. For Such A Time, published by Bethany House, a Christian publisher, and written by writer Kate Breslin, is a… Read More

Lion Seeker

A Great Jewish Novel, Out of South Africa

By On December 27, 2013

Jews spend a lot of time thinking about “what if?” What if you fall and break your neck, God forbid? What if God had brought us out of Egypt but never given us the… Read More


Revolutionary Youth

By On January 27, 2012

Shmarya Levin was born in Russia in 1867. A politician and activist, he was elected to the first-ever Russian Parliament in 1906, as a representative of the Bund, a Jewish socialist political party. The Parliament was… Read More


A Scotch, a Herring, and a Crime

By On October 19, 2011

Scotch and herring is the snack of Jewish royalty–the old men at the back of the synagogue on Saturday morning, that is. From this honored tradition, the “Scotch and Herring Mysteries“–a new series of short crime… Read More


JAPs, Jocks, & Activists

By On February 4, 2011

On the first page of this new graphic autobiography, Sarah Glidden is packing for her imminent Birthright Israel trip. More specifically, she’s asking Jamil, her Muslim boyfriend, whether he thinks it’s a good idea… Read More