“We’re putting this on a purely tribal level.”
In their new anthology, “Kingdom of Olives and Ash,” Michael Chabon, Ayelet Waldman venture to Israel try to make sense of the occupation.
As Israel blocks critical tourists, Ayelet Waldman dares Israel to keep out her and husband Michael Chabon.
Michael Chabon is something of an accomplished writer. But what, exactly, makes him so good?
As literature elevates, it is occasionally important to elevate literature, which is, perhaps, why the 2017 National Jewish Book Awards took place in a Manhattan penthouse.
Philip Roth, Stephen Sondheim and Art Spiegelman have lent their names to an open letter beseeching President Trump to reconsider restricting entry to the country for refugees from around the world and immigrants from a group of Muslim-majority countries.
On Tuesday, the National Book Critics Circle revealed the finalists for its 2016 book awards. Those finalists include Michael Chabon’s “Moonglow” in fiction and former United States Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky’s “At The Foundling Hospital.”
The 2016 National Jewish Book Awards honored Gordis for “Israel: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn” and Chabon for “Moonglow.”
(JTA) — Michael Chabon and Daniel Gordis were among the winners of the 2016 National Jewish Book Awards. Gordis’ book “Israel: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn” won the Jewish Book of the Year award, the Jewish Book Council announced Wednesday. Chabon was honored with a Modern Jewish Literary Achievement Award. His latest novel…
Michael Chabon’s new novel isn’t a straightforward memoir. Or a postmodern trick bag. It’s more than either — though the less said about some of the sex stuff, the better.