A Book For You, 20s and 30s Jews
10/18/2012 - 16:34
Helen Chernikoff
"Living Jewishly" is a collective literary effort by twenty and thirtysomethings. Via Facebook
"Living Jewishly" is a collective literary effort by twenty and thirtysomethings. Via Facebook

Like this blog, the new anthology, Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation, is by – but not exclusively for – Jews in their 20s and 30s.

Edited by Stephanie Pervos Bregman and published by Academic Studies Press, it grapples with all the juicy stuff: dating, sex, God, food.

Some tidbits:

“Nosh, Davin, Kvell or Eat, Pray, Love the West Side Way,” Angela Himsel
“My Jewish Journey: How Being Catholic Helped Make Me Jewish,” Brian M. Judd
“My (Jewish-Interfaith-Lesiban) Wedding,” Chai Wolfman
“Am I a Jew-a-Saur?” Paul Wider

Yum, right?
 

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