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‘Goldblog’ Moving to Tablet

Contributing editor Jeffrey Goldberg to begin blogging here

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Jeffrey Goldberg.(Liz Lynch)

I’m thrilled to announce that Jeffrey Goldberg will soon be moving “Goldblog,” his blog at, to Tablet Magazine. Jeffrey, a national correspondent at The Atlantic and a Bloomberg View columnist, offers an authoritative perspective on Israel, Iran, Jewish communal life, and other topics that make him a natural fit for Tablet. Plus, as a contributing editor, he’s already done some of his most serious journalism and cultural analysis for us.

Along with our daily reporting on news and culture as well as The Scroll, Marc Tracy’s
National Magazine Award-winning blog—which will continue to provide up-to-the-minute analysis of the Jewish world’s political, cultural, and seemingly endless athletic news—Goldblog will provide our readers with even more rigorous, insightful journalism about the Jewish world and beyond.

“Not since the glory days of Seth Lipsky’s Forward have I read a Jewish publication as entertaining, stimulating, sophisticated and complicated,” said Goldberg, who will remain a national correspondent at The Atlantic. “I want to be part of that conversation in Tablet.”

Goldblog’s future home will be at Bookmark it now, and stay tuned. (And stay tuned also for his upcoming Nextbook Press book, on the Hanukkah hero Judah Maccabee.)

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A Chicagoan says:

Great news! Two of my favorite things coming together.


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