The Weekly Yiderati: Jewish Immigrant Novels, Emily Gould’s E-books, Secret Bookstores, And More

Tons of book nerd stuff this week from Emily Gould selling e-books in beta mode, Jewish immigrant novels getting their due, and much more. Read More

By / July 14, 2011
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The great Jewish immigrant in America novel that hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves,  Yuri Suhl’s One Foot in America, will hopefully begin receiving the consideration it has been lacking from the book reading public for far too long, now that it’s being republished.

At Tablet, Kenneth Sherman discusses the book.


If you’re reading one memoir this year, probably make it Emma Forrest’s Your Voice in My Head.  Check out this review.


Emily Gould’s new e-book venture, Emily Books, is currently in beta mode, but you can sign up for their e-mail list to get more info.


Finally, if you haven’t seen this video about a secret bookstore in New York, I highly suggest spending a few minutes and checking it out. (Via The Paris Review)

There’s No Place Like Here: Brazenhead Books from Etsy on Vimeo.