Nextbook

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Nextbook is a nonprofit, Jewish organization founded in 2003 to promote Jewish literature, culture, and ideas. The organization sponsors public lectures, commissions books on Jewish topics, and publishes an online magazine, Tablet Magazine.[1][2][3][4][5]

On June 9, 2009, Nextbook changed the name of its online magazine from Nextbook to Tablet Magazine.[6]

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  1. ^ http://www.nextbook.org/aboutus/
  2. ^ Nextbook Disappears The Only Organization Specifically Promoting Jewish Literature in Seattle, CHRISTOPHER FRIZZELLE, The Stranger, July 8, 2008 [1]
  3. ^ July 9, 2008 In which the writer discovers Nextbook’s new read on culture, Tom Tugend, Jewish Journal [2]
  4. ^ June 22, 2008, Nextbook, Jewish literature organization, ends Seattle series Nextbook, a national organization that showcases Jewish literature, culture and ideas, is closing down its Seattle literary series. By Mary Ann Gwinn Seattle Times [3]
  5. ^ November 7, 2003 Chabon kicks off Nextbook initiative, Seattle Post-Intelligencerl [4]
  6. ^ Nextbook becomes Tablet, By Jacob Berkman · June 9, 2009 [5]