September 30, 2023
September 30, 2023

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David E. Y. Sarna

David E. Y. Sarna is a writer and retired entrepreneur. He has eight published books including Evernote For Dummies, V2, hundreds of articles, and has nearly completed his first novel, about the Jewish treasures in the Vatican’s secret archive. He is hard at work on a book about the Internet of Things and also on a book on the Talmud for general readers. He and his wife, Dr. Rachel Sarna, are long-time Teaneck residents.

Articles by David E. Y. Sarna

From One at High Risk

I’m over 70, diabetic, paralyzed from a serious stroke, and the recipient of a donor kidney, under the auspices of Renewal, from a wonderful woman

Delving Into ‘Seas of Ink’

Reviewing: “If All the Seas Were Ink: A Memoir,” by Ilana Kurshan. St. Martin’s Press, hardcover, 320 pages; 2017. ISBN-10: 1250121264 Ilana Kurshan has written

A Thousand Years of Jewish Thought

Reviewing: “Books of the People: Revisiting Classic Works of Jewish Thought,” edited by Stuart W. Halpern. Maggid Books. Hardcover, 372 pages, 2017. ISBN-10: 1592644708. Publisher’s

Slowness: A Jewish Value?

The Slow Movement is gaining momentum (!) It was sparked in 1986 by Carlo Petrini, the Slow Food gourmet, by his protest against the opening

The Truth About Kosher Wine

Part II of II Last week, we looked at the evolution of kosher wine from fine, to syrupy, and thankfully, back again to very, very