Book Page: “What They’re reading”

The Ladies Auxiliary is featured on the Jewish Book Council’s Jewish Literary Map of the South

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The Jewish Book Council’s Literary Map of NYC

A Visible City playlist, on Largehearted Boy


A profile of Tova’s writing group in The Boston Globe

Tova Mirvis’s ‘Visible City’ The Sisterhood –

Tova on Book Talk Radio

Q&A with Tova Mirvis on

Listen to Tova on The Virtual Memories Podcast Show: Window, Pain

An interview with writer Jeff Pearlman

An interview with Tova on the Kveller blog

ArtSake – Tova shares details about her writing process, living with “undoneness,” and the writer/voyeur connection.

Q&As with Deborah Kalb

The Jewish Week – Tova Mirvis’ New York Novel

An interview with Tova on


Tova’s essay, Under Scrutiny, Teen Learned Defiance From ‘President’s Daughter’, for National Public Radio’s Risky Reads series.

Tova’s post, 9 Terribly Dysfunctional Marriages in Literature, for the Huffington Post

Tova’s essay, Untamed novel, Untamed life, about hiking, writing and being wild on Beyond The Margins

Tova’s post, The Page 69 Test, for the Campaign for the American Reader

Tova’s post, The Books That Light Our Way, on

Tova’s post, To Outline or Not to Outline?, about the writing process on the Grub Street Blog

Tova’s post on Writer’s Digest “Seven Things I’ve Learned So Far,” about the writing process

Tova’s post on the Campaign for the American Reader site, about what she’s reading now.

Tova’s post, Stained Glass, on the Jewish Book council about whether Visible City is a Jewish novel.

Tova’s post, The City Below, on the Jewish Book Council Blog about the city below ground.

Tova’s post, After Page One: The Journey, on Literary Mama about babies and books.

Tova’s essay, Divorced From My Husband, and My Faith. In the New York Times Opinionator section.

Tova’s essay, From Somewhere from the OUR BOSTON anthology which was featured in the Boston Globe Magazine.

Tova’s essay, In Praise of the C-Section – I’m not sorry I didn’t have a natural birth, on

Tova’s story Potatoes, which was broadcast on NPR in honor of Chanukah.

Tova’s essays, Sophisticated Palate and Hard to Match from Tablet.