Pakn Treger, Number 63 Published Summer 2011 / 5771 On the Road Again: A Fellow’s Account of an Expedition to Save a Yiddish Writer’s Library A Fellow’s Account of an Expedition to Save a Yiddish Writer’s Library Men of Letters: David Mazower on his passion for micrography, the Jewish folk art that turns Hebrew and Yiddish texts into pictures and portraits Men of Letters: David Mazower on his passion for micrography, the Jewish folk art. Flip Side: The Yiddish Book Center’s Next Great Adventure Yiddish Book Center founder Aaron Lansky makes the case for restoring the other half of Jewish identity in Flip Side. His follow-up article, Road Map, is the takhles -- how we intend to translate that vision into practice. But is it Klezmer? Rock, Jazz, Punk, Hip-hop, and Techno Bring New Sounds to the Jewish Mix Klezmer has always spoken in the particular language and accent of its time and place. Previous issue: Pakn Treger, Number 62 Next issue: Pakn Treger, Number 64 Subscribe Become a member to receive the full print edition of Pakn Treger. Become a member today Write to Us Send letters to the editor to [email protected].