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QUIET AMERICANS Earns More Honors

January 27, 2012

Quiet Americans, Erika Dreifus’s powerful collection about Jewish-American experience in the wake of the Holocaust, has just celebrated its first year in print. And quite a celebration it has been!

Most recently, Quiet Americans was named one of only three Honor Titles by the judges for the Sophie Brody Medal, which is administered by the American Library Association and recognizes exceptional Jewish literature. Previously, Quiet Americans was named one of the Notable Books of 2011 by The Jewish Journal, the largest Jewish weekly outside New York City. (All of this on the heels of earlier recognition from Shelf Unbound magazine, too.)

We’re proud of Quiet Americans, and proud of Erika!

P.S. Have a couple more moments? Check out this new Quiet Americans video, too.

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