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Jews on Twitter, Tablet Edition

We may not be rabbis, but we sure are Jews!

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Under the characteristically SEO-friendly headline, “Jews on Twitter,” Huffington Post’s Religion section has suggested 19 Jews, with a heavy emphasis on the clerisy, whom you should be following. We are thrilled Rodger Kamenetz, author of Nextbook Press’s Burnt Books, is included.

But if you were looking for more Jews on Twitter, might we suggest the fine staffers of Tablet Magazine? (And don’t forget @tabletmag and @NextbookPress!)

• Editor Alana Newhouse: @alananewhouse

• Executive editor Jesse Oxfeld: @joxfeld

• Senior editor Matthew Fishbane: @mattnycs

• Vox Tablet host Sara Ivry: @saraivry

• Art director Len Small: @lenpsmall

• Soon-to-be blogger and Danny Ayalon sparring partner Jeff Goldberg: @Goldberg3000

• Staff writer Marc Tracy: @marcatracy

• Editorial assistant Stephanie Butnick: @stuffism

• Nextbook Press social media director Margarita Korol: @urbanpopartist

Jews On Twitter [Huff Post]

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jacob says:

no Liel Leibovitz? On twitter?

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Jews on Twitter, Tablet Edition

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