Two great new pieces out this week — both from West Coast Jewish publications — by women who grew up in interfaith families.
I especially related to the piece by Emily Savage, a staff writer at northern California’s The J, about how she’s basically acquired a Jewish education from working at a Jewish newspaper.
Quarterly Jewish Review of Books joins crowded field of thinky publications.
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