Goldberg Prize for Fiction

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Petropolis

Sasha Goldberg is the ultimate outsider: she's a chubby, biracial Jewish girl from the Siberian town of Asbestos Her father takes off for.

The Russian Debutante's Handbook

The Russian Debutante's Handbook - Gary Shteyngart. Here's one you haven't read before. Shteyngart's writing is like a madcap clever chase. A true talent.

Boxer, Beetle

Boxer, Beetle be Ned Beauman. An extremely unique and fun read: In the present, a war memorabilia collector that smells like fish happens upon a past mystery involving a Nazi sympathizer/entomologist that becomes obsessed with a gay Jewish boxer.

Rich Boy

"Rich Boy" by Sharon Pomerantz won the 2010 Foundation for Jewish Culture's Goldberg Prize for Outstanding Debut Fiction.

A Fortunate Age

Joanna Smith Rakoff is the author of A Fortunate Age: A Novel

What Happened to Anna K

Be sure to read What Happened to Anna K. by Irina Reyn and join us for the first meeting of our morning book group at the Main Library.

For the Relief of Unbearable Urges

"For the Relief of Unbearable Urges," by Nathan Englander. This book had an enormous impact on me. The idea that one could write Jewish stories with modern and critical sensibilities was incredibly liberating.


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