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Posts Tagged ‘Julie Judkins’

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Book of the Week: Aftermath, by Scott Nadelson

This week’s feature is Scott Nadelson’s new story collection, Aftermath. The book was published in early September by Hawthorne Books & Literary Arts, an independent press that focuses on American literary fiction and narrative nonfiction, with a growing interest in international literature and books in translation. This is Nadelson’s third collection. He is also the author of The Cantor’s Daughter (2006), which won the Samuel Goldberg & Sons Fiction Prize for Emerging Jewish Writers and the Reform Judaism Fiction Prize, and Saving Stanley: The Brickman Stories (2004), which won the Oregon Book Award for short fiction and the Great Lakes […]

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Don’t Take Yourself Too Seriously: An Interview with Scott Nadelson

In conversation with Julie Judkins, author Scott Nadelson discusses how the “mad mystic hammering” of Bob Dylan inspired him to become a writer, why being a formerly reluctant reader informs his teaching, and how New Jersey has evolved in his fiction from an actual place to a state of being.