Sarah Silverman.(Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Today in Tablet Magazine, Eryn Loeb writes that comedienne Sarah Silverman’s new memoir, The Bedwetter, is fantastic, and best “when she’s dropping some version of the word ‘Jewish’ into an otherwise unrelated conversation.” Poetry critic David Kaufmann tackles the work of America’s two premier Russian-Jewish poets. In his third and final dispatch from Goa, India, Matthew Schwarzfeld visits Israeli-owned Woodstock Village, which is exactly what it sounds like. The Scroll is gonna get back to the land, set its soul free.