Author and critic Peter Orner explains how Donald Trump could benefit from reading a little Amos Oz or David Grossman.
In Wallace Shawn’s “Evening At The Talk House,” only a thin line separates characters from their audience.
The French newspaper “Le Monde” has launched Décodex, a new tool to help readers decipher fake news.
When a Pennsylvania lawmaker called Donald Trump a “shit-gibbon,” the Internet exploded. Here’s the origin story of that bizarre curse.
The dystopian series ‘Man in the High Castle’ about a Nazi-occupied America takes on new meaning in today’s political climate.
Crowdfunding platforms have helped to fund bands and movies. Could they be deployed to get more Yiddish, Ladino and Israeli literature translated?
Poems have been appearing above the streets in Jerusalem. Their references to Isaiah seem particularly apt today.
The Muslim ban touched a nerve, inspiring Jewish writers like Masha Gessen, Evan Osnos and Gary Shteyngart to tell their own stories.
While this is a novel, not a memoir, Kaminsky brings to the story so much verisimilitude, so much reality, that we can’t take our eyes off the page.
For Waldman, a lack of reliable emotional stability has been a source of consistent grief.
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