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"At once confrontational, comforting, and hilarious this is the definitive 'Who am I? and why am I?' book for Jews of our generation. I can only hope to one day contribute to a collection this rigorous, this touching, and this important for the question of our identity as Jews."
—Mayim Bialik, Ph.D. author of Beyond the Sling

"Charming and diverse, here is an engaging chorus of voices much greater than the sum of its parts."
Elisa Albert, author of The Book of Dahlia and How This Night is Different

"This anthology...features a few past Visiting Scribes:  Matthue Roth, Abby Sher, Stacey Ballis. These writers, plus many more thoughtful voices, engage in such questions as: "Are we moving beyond denominational borders?", "Does being a Jewish young professional today mean never measuring up?", "Live, love, learn...but in what order?"
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The ProsenPeople, blog of the Jewish Book Council

"I highly recommend Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of  a Generation. Jews of any age and background are likely to find a place where their particular Jewish stories belong." 
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TC Jewfolk, Twin Cities Hub for HIp Jewish Stuff

"20- and 30-Something Jews: What makes them tick?"
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Jewniverse

Living Jewishly contributors were featured on the Jewish Book Council's  Visiting Scribe series

Living Jewishly editor Stefanie Pervos Bregman: Storytellers

Living Jewishly contributor Rabbi Jason Miller: One Missing Yarmulke, Several New Friends

Living Jewishly contributor Rivka Nehorai: The Truth About Motherhood

Living Jewishly contributor Rachel Wright: Leading by Example

An excerpt from "The Plan" by Sharna Marcus was featured on JMag, JDate's magazine. 

"Engaging young Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s is challenging to say the least, but a new collection of personal essays and memoirs from young American Jews hopes to enlighten and possibly bridge the gap."
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—eJewishPhilanthropy 

" I love it when mainstream books like this include LGBTs matter-of-factly as part of their mosaic."
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—Windy City Times


For all media inquiries or speaking engagements, contact Jessica Leving at JessicaLeving@JUF.org or (312) 444-2887.