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GOODMAN / JEWISH BOOK COUNCIL
189
Jews and Judaism: A Selected Booklist for the College Stu­
dent,
prepared by Louise R. Fluk, and co-published with
the B ’nai B ’rith Hillel Foundations
The Land and the Book,
by Meir Tamari
A number of other significant publications are in the process
of preparation including a manual of multimedia resources on
Jewish literature.
TH E WORLD OF JEW ISH BOOKS
“The World of Jewish Books,” a radio discussion series pro­
duced by the Jewish Book Council, was broadcast over station
WEVD (1330 AM; 97.9 FM) on alternate Wednesday evenings
at 9 o’clock beginning November 14, 1973 to May 15, 1974. The
series is designed to give authors of current books of Jewish in­
terest an opportunity to talk about their work. The following
authors and discussion leaders were heard:
November 14, 1973: Dr. Eugene B. Borowitz, editor of the
journal
Sh’ma,
and president of JW B ’s Jewish Book Council,
discussed his latest book,
The Mask Jews Wear: On the Self-
Deceptions of American Jewry
(Simon 8c Schuster) with Rabbi
Mark S. Golub, assistant editor of
Sh’ma.
November 28: Aharon Megged, Israeli novelist and play­
wright, talked about his writings with Dr. Abraham P. Gannes,
director of the Department of Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization.
December 12: Rabbi Herbert Tarr, author of the best sellers
Heaven Help Us, The Conversion of Chaplain Cohen,
and
A
Time for Loving,
conversed on his books with Dr. Eugene B.
Borowitz.
December 26: Dr. Joachim Prinz, author of
The Secret Jews:
The Story of the Marranos
(Random House), discussed his his­
torical work with Dr. Martin A. Cohen, professor of Jewish his­
tory at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
January 9, 1974: Robert Kotlowitz, vice-president of program­
ming for WNET Channel 13, and author of the National Jew­
ish Book Award winner for fiction,
Somewhere Else
(Charter­
house), discussed his novel with Rabbi Herbert Tarr.
January 23: Yuri Suhl dialogued about his latest novel,
Uncle
Misha’s Partisans
(Four Winds Press), with Abraham Foxman,