"Author Sue Eisenfeld on 'Wandering Dixie: Dispatches from the Lost Jewish South,'" by Evan Henerson, Jewish Journal, August 19, 2020.
"'Wandering Dixie' and Today's Racism," by Aaron Howard, Jewish Herald-Voice, June 4, 2020.
"Nonfiction Review: Wandering Dixie: Dispatches from the Lost Jewish South," by Bettina Berch, Jewish Book Council, July 6, 2020.
"Shedding Light on Forgotten Southern Jewish History," by Sophie Panzer, Jewish Exponent, May 17, 2020.
"Author Rediscovers a Nearly Forgotten Jewish South," by Howard Lovy, Publishers Weekly, April 21, 2020 (and follow-on blog post, "Confederate Jews Confuse Southern Narrative," by Howard Lovy).
"An Interview with Sue Eisenfeld: The Writer Talks History, Southern Jews, and Releasing a Book During a Pandemic," by Cathy Alter, Washington Independent Review of Books, April 21, 2020.
"In Wandering Dixie, Discovering the Jewish South Is Part of Discovering Self," by Linda Levitt, PopMatters April 7, 2020.
"TBR [To Be Read]: Wandering Dixie: Dispatches from the Lost Jewish South by Sue Eisenfeld," by Leslie Pietrzyk, Work-in-Progress, April 27, 2020.
"A New Book Explores the Lost Jewish Communities of the South," by Julia Metraux, Alma, April 23, 2020.
"Discovering the Secrets of the Jewish South," by Amy Spiro, Jewish Insider, April 2, 2020.
"New Book Chronicles Sue Eisenfeld's (Self-)Discoveries in Dixie," Southern Jewish Life, May 5, 2020.
"The Writing Life - Member Spotlight: Sue Eisenfeld," The Authors Guild, May 20, 2020.
"Here's a list of 20 new books you must read while self-isolating," by Julia Metraux, The Tempest, March 26, 2020.
"The Abandoned Gins," by Rex Nelson, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, May 30, 2020.
"A digestible introduction to a specific piece of the history of the South’s racial politics," Kirkus Reviews, January 12, 2020.
"Review: Wandering Dixie: Dispatches from the Lost Jewish South," Publisher's Weekly, January 14, 2020.
"Eisenfeld writes about Shenandoah the way Annie Proulx writes about Wyoming or Edward Abbey about the deserts of the Southwest: pristine, unsentimental, eloquent prose," Kirkus Reviews, February 1, 2015.
"Rich portraits of the people who were displaced when the Shenandoah National Park was created are both heartrending and ironic," Foreword Reviews, Spring 2015.
"As a piece of personal journalism, this slim volume works well... and it’s an important story to tell," Real Change, April 15, 2015.
Reporter Emily Badger bushwhacks with Sue and the gang to produce the front-page travel article, "The Spirits of Shenandoah," The Washington Post, January 10, 2015.
"Shenandoah beautifully captures the mountain people and the official vendetta that made them refugees from their own land," The Washington Times, February 2015.
"Poignant...Ms. Eisenfeld’s book won't let us forget those who were uprooted here," National Parks Traveler, March 9, 2015.
"Anyone with an interest in national parks or the history of the state of Virginia or travelers to Shenandoah or Skyline Drive will appreciate this book." Library Journal, January 15, 2016.
Writer Ben Swenson bushwhacked with Sue and her gang one winter to produce, "Down the Mountain," in Coastal Virginia Magazine, July 2015.
"Sue Eisenfeld: Jews in the American South," Radio Sefarad, English Corner with Linda Jimenez, January 21, 2021.
Margo Rosenberg Pulitzer Dallas Jewish BookFest, "Bookfest in Your Living Room," JCC Dallas, TX, book talk and conversation with the Dallas Jewish Historical Society, December 1, 2020.
Lee and Bernard Jaffe Family Jewish Book Festival, United Jewish Federation of Tidewater and Simon Family JCC, in partnership with the Weinstein JCC of Richmond and the Pozez JCC of Northern Virginia, book talk and conversation with Dr. Amy Milligan, November 18, 2020.
Center for Jewish History and the National Museum of American Jewish History, book talk, August 12, 2020.
Jewish Book Council "Authors at the Table" interview, June 17, 2020.
"Finding Grace and Beauty in Shenandoah Park's Darker Past," a radio program featuring Sue on WMRA, Harrisonburg, VA, September 29, 2016, and recapped in "A Look Back at Shenandoah National Park's Big Year," for the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, December 4, 2016.
"Sports Lit 101: Sue Eisenfeld on Her Book, Shenandoah," on Downtown with Rich Kimball on radio station AM620 WZON, Bangor, Maine, May 7, 2015.
"Sports Lit 101: A discussion of "Shenandoah" as it relates to a controversial potential national park situation in Maine, on Downtown with Rich Kimball on radio station AM620 WZON, Bangor, Maine, April 29, 2015.
An interview with Sue and short video about the history of Shenandoah on the WETA Boundary Stones Local History Blog video, February 6, 2015.
Sue and some of the Shenandoah descendants in her book are interviewed for WHSV TV news, "Book Reveals Controversial History of Shenandoah National Park," Harrisonburg, VA, February 5, 2015.