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The Big Jewcy: Lorin Stein – Editor Of The Paris Review

The Big Jewcy: Lorin Stein – Editor Of The Paris Review
By June 2, 2011

The man who revitalized The Paris Review comes to the realization that George Plimpton was a goy right here on Jewcy. Read More

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Which Big Book Will Keep You Safe?

Which Big Book Will Keep You Safe?
By January 4, 2011

The battle to find out which large Jewish work of fiction was the best wasn’t settled. The one that would stop a bullet was. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Kissinger Caricature, Israel Eating Disorders, The Books Of 2011, Mila Kunis Is Single And More

Daily Jewce: Kissinger Caricature, Israel Eating Disorders, The Books Of 2011, Mila Kunis Is Single And More
By January 3, 2011

Today in news: revisiting a 70s caricature of Henry Kissinger that never saw the light of day, eating disorders in Israel, Facebook is worth a ton of cash and much more. Read More

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What Do Jew Do On Christmas: Randi Brookman Harris, Freelance Prop Stylist

What Do Jew Do On Christmas: Randi Brookman Harris, Freelance Prop Stylist
By December 24, 2010

Prop stylist and craft maker extraordinaire tells us about her yearly Jewish Christmas tradition. Read More

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Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010

Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010
By December 21, 2010

We admit that 2010 was Jonathan Franzen’s year, but there were a bunch of books we liked a whole lot more. Read More

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The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/This American Life Review: Neighborhood Watch

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/This American Life Review: Neighborhood Watch
By November 26, 2010

This weeks TAL, Neighborhood Watch, is an episode that is more astounding than most 2010 media output. Read More

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The Future Of Publishing Is Totally Okay: An Interview With Richard Nash

The Future Of Publishing Is Totally Okay: An Interview With Richard Nash
By November 18, 2010

While everybody is talking about the “death of print” and “the death of publishing,” Richard Nash is coming up with visionary ideas to save the industry. Read More

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Battle Of The Big Jewish Books: Joshua Cohen Vs. Adam Levin

Battle Of The Big Jewish Books:  Joshua Cohen Vs. Adam Levin
By November 8, 2010

Joshua Cohen reviewed Adam Levin’s “The Instructions” for the New York Times Sunday Book Review. Nothing strange about that, except Cohen wrote a really big book about Jews and so did Levin. Did things get awkward? Read More

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