Links & Mentions

Links & Mentions

Links, Mentions, and My Place In Southern Literature


→ AWARD WINNER! ←

ALIHOT: A Legend In His/Her Own Time

In 1996, the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society, created a special award to be given to men and women for excellence in literature, journalism, music, art, and community service, or philanthropy. The award is given to men and women who qualify as legends in their own time.

Robert Olen Butler (right) presented Patty Friedmann with this award on Sunday, December 10, 2017.


 watch an Interview with Patty Friedmann discussing her new book, “Organized Panic.” Recorded August 21, 2017.


Southern Jewish Life Magazine
“Fans of Friedmann’s Too Jewish Will Want To Open Do Not Open
Many novels have a disclaimer that any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental. → read more


WWNO The University of New Orleans
The Reading Life With Patty Friedmann, Margret Aldrich And Nikki Leali, by Susan Larson
listen


The Lit Chick Show with “Literary Chick” Sylvia Massara


Gambit: BestofNewOrleans.com
Interview: Patty Friedmann
Will Coviello talks to the New Orleans writer known for her dark humor — and whose latest book is for young adults → read more


The Book Faery Reviews
There’s Pilfering from Real Life—Then There’s All-Out Grand Larceny! → read more


Beyond the Books
Interview with Patty Friedmann, author of Too Jewish→ read more


Blogcritics Books
Interview: Patty Friedmann, Author of Too Jewishread more


Shine


Literarily Speaking
Guest Blogger Patty Friedmann: Leaving Motherread more


Blog Talk Radio: Listen to the Chique Show with Patty Friedmann
Chique 30 Minutes With Author Patty Friedmannread more


Too Jewish with Rabbi Sam Cohon and Friends


The Lit Chick Show with Sylvia Massara


Trailer for Too Jewish:


The Morning News
Signposts in a Strange Land by Matt Ray Robison
Scroll down to Anne Gisleson’s and Rosemary James’s comments about the Friedmann voice. read more


Oxford American
ISSUE 66: Underrated Books: A Sampling From the Southern Lit Issueread more


Vanity Fair
Hammock Reading for the Hammock-Deprived  James Wolcottread more