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American Jewish Libraries Review

American Jewish Libraries

Rick Black at the opening of his exhibition, “A Light By The Window”

The first review of The Amichai Windows, written by Yermiyahu Ahron Taub, ran in the February/March newsletter of the American Jewish Libraries.

“Accompanied by an introduction by Robert Alter and an in-depth guide by Rick Black, The Amichai Windows is a towering achievement in American arts and letters. . . it is the culmination of a decade of reflection, research, translation, and artistic imagining and a breathtaking exploration of literary and visual poetics.”—from the AJL Newsletter

Taub, who first saw our artist book at the celebratory book launch at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Hyattsville, MD, was subsequently inspired to pen a review for the newsletter.

You can read the entire American Jewish Libraries review, which starts on page two, here.

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