- Café Shira in JBC’s annual Book Club Reading Guide
September 20, 2023
David Ehrlich’s posthumous novel Café Shira is featured in the Jewish Book Council’s annual Book Club Reading Guide. Get your copy of the guide here.
- Sarah Lightman discusses Jewish Women in Comics on New Books Network podcast
September 5, 2023
Sarah Lightman is joined by Mira Sucharov, Rebecca Katz, Efraim Sicher, and Jenny Caplan to discuss Jewish Women in Comics, coedited with Heike Bauer and Andrea Greenbaum, on New Books Network.
- Surrender reviewed in The Hopkins Review
August 29, 2023
Surrender: Stories by Brian O’Hare was reviewed in The Hopkins Review.
- The Last Bohemian reviewed in The Irish Times
August 1, 2023
The Irish Times reviewed Lance Pettitt’s biography of filmmaker Brian Desmond Hurst The Last Bohemian.
Academic in form, this book has pleasure for the casual reader.
- Adirondack Photographers reviewed in The Adirondack Daily Enterprise
July 25, 2023
Sally Svenson’s new book Adirondack Photographers, 1850-1950 was reviewed in The Adirondack Daily Enterprise.
A list of everyone who toiled behind a camera during transition from the earliest days of photography through the ubiquity of the single-lens reflex camera.
- Anjili Babbar in The Irish Times
July 17, 2023
Anjili Babbar, author of Finders: Justice, Faith, and Identity in Irish Crime Fiction, published her essay “Saints and Sinners in Irish Crime Fiction” in The Irish Times.
- The Tears and Prayers of Fools reviewed in Publishers Weekly
July 7, 2023
Grigory Kanovich’s novel The Tears and Prayers of Fools was reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly.
Kanovich meticulously renders each of the townspeople, taking care to avoid framing them as quaint caricatures, while the haunting prose adds a bewitching sheen of unreality. Admirers of I.B. Singer should take a look.
- Alessandro Columbu in Shelf Awareness
July 6, 2023
Shelf Awareness interviewed Alessandro Columbu, translator of Zakaria Tamer’s short story collection Sour Grapes, for their “Reading with” series.
- Mary McGlynn on New Books Network
June 20, 2023
Mary McGlynn discusses her new book Broken Irelands: Literary Form in Post-Crash Irish Fiction with Colleen English on the New Books Network podcast.
- Poetry, Politics, and the Law in Modern Ireland receives Rhodes Prize Honorable Mention
June 12, 2023
Adam Hanna’s Poetry, Politics, and the Law in Modern Ireland received the Robert Rhodes Prize for Literature Honorable Mention from the American Council for Irish Studies.