In 2009, writer Glenn Kurtz was sifting through a closet in his parent’s Florida home when he discovered a mysterious reel of 16mm Kodachrome color film.
Illustrator Sarah Lazarovic’s ‘A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy’ chronicles a year in which she drew things instead of buying them. She talked to the Forward about what it was like to go cold turkey on shopping.
The nominees have been announced for the Sapir Prize, Israel’s top literary award, including a novel by Reuven Namdar that takes place entirely in New York.
A self-absorbed jerk of a writer befriends another Philip Roth type. That’s the premise of ‘Listen Up Philip’ — and Anya Ulinich says it’s why the flick’s such a bore.4
Nora Goodman, the troubled heroine of Diane Lawson’s thriller ‘A Tightly Raveled Mind,’ follows a long line of Jewish women in crime fiction. Here are six of our favorites.4
In Texas author Diane Lawson’s debut novel, ‘A Tightly Raveled Mind,’ psychotherapist Dr. Nora Goodman refuses to settle for easy answers when her patients start dropping dead.
Norman Lear created some of the most popular TV series of the 1970s. A new memoir describes his Jewy upbringing and how he stumbled upon the sitcom genre.
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