It’s a distressing state of affairs that it took the Holocaust to make it not okay to voice the kind of venom we see in Hemingway’s letters.
“A Girl I Knew” paralleled Anne Frank’s life, even though an English version of her diary had yet to be released.
The BBC recently digitized the entire Desert Island Discs radio program archive
A 1904 wedding film just might contain the only known footage of Marcel Proust, author of “In Search of Lost Time.”
A new cookbook is an ode to crisped break, offering 50 recipes — some homey; others gourmet — for all manner of toast toppings.
More and more Jewish writers from the former Soviet Union have become household names. Here’s what you have to know about them, from Gary Shteyngart to Anya Ulinich.
The Jewish literary couple that was too good to be true is no longer. Jonathan Safran Foer and Nicole Krauss have legally separated.
One thing we know for sure is that 2014 will be a big year for young post-Soviet Jews who write in English. Like Gary Shteyngart, whose forthcoming memoir is already making waves.
The Forward 50 is our annual look at the American Jews who made a difference in the past year. Each day, we will spotlight one of our Top 5 picks, leading up to Sunday night when the entire package — along with some very special surprises — will go live.
Jason Segel is partnering with best-selling author Kirsten Miller (‘The Eternal Ones’) and Random House publishers to create a new series of children’s books titled “Nightmares!”. The story will follow a group of kids who must save their town from fear that has manifested in the form of nightmare creatures and will hit the shelves in Fall 2014.