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Latest Updates

Philippe Sands and Ayelet Gundar-Goshen winners of JQ Wingate prize

February 24

Translation Prize award ceremony

February 23

JBW 2017 speakers on Wellcome Book Prize Longlist

February 6

Friday February 24,2017
Jewish Book Week speakers Philippe Sands and Ayelet Gundar-Goshen have been chosen as joint winners of the JQ Wingate literary prize (worth £4,000).  Sands won for East West Street: On the Origins of
Thursday February 23,2017
Rachel Tzvia Back received The Risa Domb/Porjes Prize and Natasha Lehrer won the Scott Moncrieff Prize at the award ceremony for the Society of Authors Translation Prizes at The British Library on
Monday February 6,2017
Congratulations to JBW 2017 speakers Sarah Moss and Adam Rutherford whose books The Tidal Zone and A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived are on the longlist for the Wellcome Book Prize. Hear
Wednesday January 11,2017
Festival speakers Sarit Yishai-Levi, Ezra Glinter, Philippe Sands and Michael Chabon are all honoured in the US National Jewish Book Awards:  Michael Chabon, winner of JBC’s Modern Literary
Thursday December 1,2016
The 2017 Festival is live and on-sale to book your tickets online or by phone. With over 70 events featuring stars of all the arts, media, politics and science, you're sure to find something that
The JBE Events
Sunday March 5,2017
TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT The George Webber Memorial Evening World-renowned public intellectual, Bernard-
Sunday March 5,2017
A lively evening of jazz, blues, poetry and classic melodies featuring Jacqui Dankworth, Oli Hayhurst, Jeremy Robson,
Sunday March 5,2017
John Steinberg’s Blue Skies Over Berlin is a moving and thought-provoking book about guilt and identity, featuring a
Sunday March 5,2017
James Joyce and Italo Svevo met in Trieste in 1907 when Joyce was Svevo’s English teacher at the Berlitz School. Their
Sunday March 5,2017
Giles Fraser, priest, columnist, broadcaster and educator talks to Richard Harries about his upbringing as the child of