Kosher Nation by Sue FishkoffPraise for Kosher Nation:

“Fishkoff deliciously serves up the kashrut industry in Kosher Nation. Entertaining and sympathetic throughout.” The Wilson Quarterly

“A refreshingly straightforward and well-researched piece of journalism.” The Forward

“Informative and richly researched. . . . A lively portrait of what it means to keep kosher in the twenty-first century.” The New Republic


Ha’aretz | Q & A: A Conversation with Sue Fishkoff

Vox Tablet | Fit to Eat (podcast)


The Rebbe's Army by Sue FishkoffPraise for The Rebbe’s Army:

“Rich in telling anecdotes and thumbnail portraits, Fishkoff’s narrative is infused with the sense of joy radiated by her subjects. For both the serious and casual observer of Jewish life, this is valuable reading.“ —Sandee Brawarsky, The Jewish Week

The Rebbe’s Army shows a tenacious reporter and an intellectually curious person on the case. Fishkoff has brought the scattered shlichim indelibly together on the page.” —Samuel G. Freedman, New York Times Book Review

“With a critical but appreciative eye, Sue Fishkoff explains why so many secular people have such a warm spot in their hearts for the Chabad movement, and especially for its army of ‘shaliachs.’ A wonderful book about a fascinating group of people.  We can learn much both from the book and from the emissaries about whom she writes.“
Alan Dershowitz