Andrew Ramer’s exhilarating new book “Torah Told Different” invents an entire Jewish counter-history. To Jay Michaelson, it’s almost like reading sci-fi.
From familiar voices like Neil Gaiman and David Grossman to newcomers like Sana Krasikov, we offer a book to read every other week this year.
Nava Semel’s novel “Isra Isle” posits an alternative history in which a Jewish homeland was established in Grand Island, New York.3
The novels provide a guide for determining exactly how dystopic the world you live in is, but also, implicitly, how to resist the encroachment of dystopian forces.7
On Monday, Simon & Schuster’s President and CEO Carolyn Reidy released a letter, addressed to concerned authors, explaining the company’s decision to publish Milo Yiannopoulos’ book “Dangerous.”3
If you’re trying to translate Donald Trump’s speeches, you’re faced with a host of problems — such as, what to do when Trump says the word “great” 45 times?12
Art Spiegelman’s latest project “Si Lewen’s Parade” pays tribute to one of Spiegelman’s heroes who turned his back on the commercial art world.
Donald Trump will be sworn in using Lincoln’s Bible and his own family Bible. Is he consciously echoing Barack Obama’s approach or trying to subvert it?4
A captivating new exhibit in Israel shows how paper and ink reveal commonalities between Jewish and Islamic cultures.5
“Les Parisiennes,” by Anne Sebba, tells the story of the difficult choices women faced under the Nazi occupation.
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