כ״ב בסיון ה׳תשע״ג (May 31, 2013)
The Jewish Review of Books is a quarterly magazine with articles on literature, culture and current affairs from a Jewish perspective. In the Jewish Review of Books, leading writers and scholars discuss the newest books and ideas about religion, literature, culture, and politics, as well as fiction, poetry, and the arts.
The Jewish Review of Books is published in New York City. The magazine was launched in 2010 with an editorial board that includes Leon Wieseltier, Michael Walzer and Ruth Wisse, Shlomo Avineri and Ruth Gavison. The editor is Abraham Socher.
The magazine is funded by the Tikvah Fund, founded by Zalman Bernstein, which also sponsors Jewish Ideas Daily. The initial press run is 30,000 copies. According to The Jewish Week, the JRB is “unabashedly” modeled after the venerable New York Review of Books.
The Jewish Review of Books is a in print, on the web and now also as an iPad app. Enhance your Jewish Review of Books experience with JRB app, which combines the magazine with multimedia, interactivity, and bonus content from JRB website.
Jewish Review of Books pricing
- Single Issue Price – USD $6.99
- Subscription 1 year – USD $19.99
(app subscriptions do not include access to subscription-only content on the Jewish Review of Books website. Payment will be charged to iTunes account at confirmation of purchase)
App: Jewish Review of Books by MAZ Digital LLC
Compatible: iPad only
Updated: May 18, 2013
Publisher: MAZ Digital LLC © Copyright 2013 Bee.Ideas, LLC
Price: Free (get app)
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