“Singer strikes at the heart of the political flaws in every system of rule we have endured. Unfortunately he offers no solution.”
Isaac Bashevis Singer, Nobel Prize-winning author and Forward staff writer, was photographed in 1968 for Amerike Magazine.
Why PETA believed the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising was best commemorated by having a Roman Catholic model issue an award to Singer was unclear
A portrait of the late editor-in-chief of the Yiddish Forward, Simon Weber, and the news writers during the summer of the Entebbe Operation.
“Jewish writing is a literature of immigration — Ab Cahan and Henry Roth had to be there.”
What should you do this weekend? Check out Larry David on SNL, read up on Yiddish fiction, see Philip Glass and Art Spiegelman in Chicago. And more. Much more.
Do Jews and Poles want to perpetuate narratives that deny the differences within Polish society during World War II — or do we want to heal?
Isaac Bashevis Singer’s wife Alma put up with his flirting with women. But Masha Leon found out she was the boss of the household in many ways.
After firing Saul Bellow, Isaac Bashevis Singer hired a group of young women to help translate his work into English. A new documentary tells their story.