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August 2020: Handpicked
Sophia Shoulson is an alumna of several Yiddish Book Center programs and was the Center's 2019–2020 Richard S. Herman Fellow. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Sophia about her choices.
September 2020: Handpicked
David is the Yiddish Book Center's bibliographer and editorial director. After delving into his selections, scroll down to read a short interview with David about his choices.
The Wedding in Föhrenwald
An excerpt from Scene Five by H. Leyvik, translated by Motl Didner
Solomon and Shulamite
Two miniatures by Boris Sandler imaging the later years of the subjects of the Song of Songs, translated by Jordan Kutzik.
Yiddish Women Playwrights Festival
Annotated Guide to the Musterverk Series
An introductory Essay by Rachelle Grossman and a Guide to Works in Our Collections
Teach Great Jewish Books Honor Roll
Donors who are helping bring Yiddish and modern Jewish literature to high school students across the continent
Sunday in the Park with Bertha
Behind a snapshot of Yiddish writers in a New York park lies a saga of friendships, rivalries, and romance, as well as the story of modern Yiddish poetry in America. [Posted June 8, 2020]
"The Blind Man"
A village parable from the often-political writer Itsik Kipnis, translated by Joshua Snider. Illustration from this story, as published in the volume A ber iz gefloygn (A Bear Took Flight).
Capture Oral Histories in Yiddish—Before It's Too Late
An all-out drive to capture oral history interviews from the last Yiddish-speaking Jews from Eastern Europe
April 2020: Handpicked
Abigail is a 2019–2020 Yiddish Book Center Fellow. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Abigail about her choices.
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Emergency Book Rescue Honor Roll
Thanks to the generosity of these donors, we are able to recover rare Yiddish volumes from around the world.
Max Spitzkopf, the Viennese Sherlock Holmes
Max Spitzkopf, the Viennese Sherlock Holmes The Jewish detective hero who inspired the young Bashevis Singer
Mit a hartsikn dank—our heartfelt thanks to our donors
An Excerpt from Der Melamed
An excerpt from Der Melamed by Ayzik Meyer Dik, translated by Ben Sadock.
General Meeting of the Kibbutz and Members of the Bialystok Movement, Bialystok February 27, 1943
An excerpt from Khurbn Vilne, translated by Maurice Wolfthal
It was always a great brawl when Răşcanu was involved.
January 2020: Handpicked
Jessica is a Yiddish professor and translator. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Jessica about her choices.
August 2017: Handpicked
Elissa Sperling is a Yiddish Book Center 2016/17 Fellow. She's used that background, plus a degree in library science, to help with cataloging the Yiddish Book Center's collections during her fellowship and is constantly sharing her interesting...