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Awards

Congratulations to our authors who were part of an excellent showing at the 2011 National Jewish Book Awards where we had three winners and three finalists. Simon Sebag Montefiore received the Book of the Year award for Jerusalem, Aharon Appelfeld got his third Fiction award for Until the Dawn's Light, and Art Spiegelman won the Biography, Autobiography, and Memoir category for MetaMaus. Our finalists were Lawrence Douglas for The Vices (The Other Press) in Fiction, Deborah Lipstadt for The Eichmann Trial in the Holocaust category, and Adina Hoffman and Peter Cole for Sacred Trash in History.

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