From the back of the book:
Doikayt is an anthology of tabletop roleplaying games by Jewish game designers about the ways we see our Judaism.
Judaism is built on a community with a shared tradition of dialogue and storytelling, so the idea to create games in conversation with Jewish history, culture, faith, and identity fits right in.
Inside, you will find 12 works chronicling many different aspects of Jewish life: conversations and wrestling matches with God, dinners with dybbuks and dinners at Chinese restaurants on Christmas, tales of golems, Motl, the cantor’s son, and the wise men of Chelm, delis, speakeasies, and synagogues.
Whether you are an RPG pro or you’ve never rolled a die before before, and whether you’re a rabbi or a gentile, you will find something in Doikayt to read, play, and maybe you’ll even learn something along the way.