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101 Voices (Or So It Feels That Way)

The contributors behind 101 Great Jewish Books

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Unlike our previous lists, 101 Great Jewish Books soars on the contributions of a wide group of people. From suggesting books, arguing vehemently for or against our selections, to writing passionate, convincing, funny blurbs, this list would not be possible without the hard work of many dedicated writers—and readers.

Here’s a full list of contributors:

David Bezmogis
Menachem Butler
Stephanie Butnick
Irin Carmon
Adam Chandler
Joshua Cohen
Jeremy Dauber
Jason Diamond
Matthew Fishbane
Boris Fishman
Ruth Franklin
Samuel G. Freedman
Jennifer Gilmore
David P. Goldman
Emily Gould
Alice Gregory
Dara Horn
Marjorie Ingall
Sara Ivry
Adam Kirsch
Etgar Keret
Lucette Lagnado
Josh Lambert
Liel Leibovitz
Max Linsky
Seth Lipsky
David N. Myers
David Mikics
Elisa New
Mark Oppenheimer
Marjorie Perloff
Katie Roiphe
Yair Rosenberg
David Samuels
A.O. Scott
Rachel Shukert
Jacob Silverman
Lizzie Skurnick
Lee Smith
Marc Tracy
Batya Ungar-Sargon
Sean Wilentz

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101 Voices (Or So It Feels That Way)

The contributors behind 101 Great Jewish Books

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