The MiddlesteinsA Midwestern family seeks hope and love even in the face of heartbreak and loss.
The Melting SeasonCatherine Madison is on the run with a suitcase full of cash.
The Kept ManJarvis Miller has been waiting for her husband to die for six years.
Instant Love: FictionThree young women explore love and loneliness across America.
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Booklist gave The Midds a starred review! They said it was, “”Kinetic with hilarity and anguish, romance and fury…” And thanks to both Flavorpill and Kirkus for putting The Midds on their Fall Preview pick lists, with Flavorpill calling it, “Sloppy and wonderful.”
Thu, Aug 16 2012 By admin | |
The Middlesteins tops Amazon’s Big Fall Book Preview 2012! Editorial Director Sara Nelson says, “The Royal Tenenbaums as written by Jennifer Weiner? Sounds irresistible.” Cheers Amazon!
Tue, Jul 24 2012 By admin | |
Publishers Weekly selected The Middlesteins as their “Pick of the Week” and also gave it a starred review, calling it a, “wonderfully messy and layered family portrait.” Download the review here. Thanks P-Dubs!
Mon, Jul 2 2012 By admin | |
Two amazing foreign publishers have secured rights to THE MIDDLESTEINS. In Taiwan, Amygdala will be publishing THE MIDDLESTEINS sometime next year, and in the UK, Serpents Tail will publish the book in Spring 2013. Awesome.
Tue, May 15 2012 By admin | |
The first review of THE MIDDLESTEINS is in! Kirkus Reviews gives it a starred review: “A sharp-tongued, sweet-natured masterpiece of Jewish family life.”
Sun, Apr 29 2012 By admin | |
Jami has a new piece up on NYTimes.com: “No, I’m the Narrator.” Also THE MIDDLESTEINS is now available for pre-order at WORD Brooklyn and also on Amazon and BN.com.
Thu, Apr 12 2012 By admin | |
For some reason, Jami has a tumblr now. It is here. Also, while there, check out the new book cover for her forthcoming novel THE MIDDLESTEINS. It is bold and brilliant.
Thu, Feb 16 2012 By admin | |
Jami was pleased to be a part of the Conde Nast Traveler’s “A Scene Grows in Brooklyn” article. Also, Brooklyn Daily named her one of “Twelve to Watch in 2012″. And finally, she happily (and yet, sadly) wrote about the Occupy Wall Street Library for Salon. Currently she’s in New Orleans for two months, where it is much sunnier than Brooklyn.
Tue, Jan 24 2012 By admin | |
Jami’s published a bunch of essays and interviews, which you can find online this very second. Check out these essays for The New York Times Townie column: One Dark Night in My Neighborhood and A Shelf-Obsessed Writer. Plus she wrote about crying babies living next door for Babble, and has interviewed a bunch of writers about all things aural for emusic, including Kate Christensen and Elissa Schappell. Go read ‘em! What else were you going to do today?
Wed, Oct 12 2011 By admin | |
Super exciting news: Jami’s fourth book, THE MIDDLESTEINS, has been sold to Grand Central Publishing! It’s about a Midwestern Jewish family. A nice, smart lady named Helen Atsma is going to edit it. It’s going to come out in 2012. And now you know everything.
Wed, Feb 16 2011 By Jami | |