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Celebrating 10 Years of OBOJC Authors: What’s Cooking with Martin Fletcher

Posted: November 4th, 2016

Author Name: Martin Fletcher OBOJC Book Title: The List Have you published another book since your OBOJC book? If so, what is the title? Can you briefly describe the book? If you have another book due out soon, please tell us about that one and the estimated publication date. Jacob’s Oath, 2013. Tells the story…

Celebrating 10 Years of OBOJC Authors: What’s Cooking with Mitchell James Kaplan

Posted: November 2nd, 2016

Author Name: Mitchell James Kaplan OBOJC Book Title: By Fire, By Water Have you published another book since your OBOJC book? If so, what is the title? Can you briefly describe the book?  If you have another book due out soon, please tell us about that one and the estimated publication date. I’ve recently finished revising my…

Celebrating 10 Years of OBOJC Authors: What’s Cooking with Dara Horn

Posted: October 28th, 2016

Author Name: Dara Horn OBOJC Book Title: All Other Nights Have you published another book since your OBOJC book? If so, what is the title? Can you briefly describe the book?  If you have another book due out soon, please tell us about that one and the estimated publication date. My fourth novel, A Guide for the…

Celebrating 10 Years of OBOJC Authors: What’s Cooking with Aaron Lansky and Ariel Sabar

Posted: October 21st, 2016

As we prepare for the kick-off event for our 10th anniversary book, the One Book, One Jewish community committee is catching up with our past authors. We’ve asked them to fill us in on what they’ve published since being featured as a One Book selection and to share a special recipe with us in honor…

Celebrating ten years of reading Jewish books together

Posted: October 19th, 2016

By: Alyse Unterberger, Director, Special Events Ten years ago, we announced the very first One Book, One Jewish Community selection – how time flies! In the intervening years, we have shared the reading of all kinds of Jewish books: fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, short stories, local authors and writers from far away. Each one brought our community together to…