Joseph Cedar’s film “Footnote” has been nominated for an Oscar in the foreign language category.
Leonard Cohen has a poem in this week’s New Yorker.
Joshua Cohen writes about smuggling a suitcase full of books to Berlin.
A British publisher wants to reissue “Mein Kampf” in Germany, but the Bavarian copyright holders are having none of it.
Forward contributor Nathan Abrams has received a £76,000 grant to write about the Jewish side of Stanley Kubrick.
The opponents of Hasidim also had their stories, according to a new book by Dovid Katz.
Gary Shteyngart has turned the back-cover blurb into its own literary form.
The Globe theater has come under fire for inviting the Israeli Habima Theater to participate in its Globe to Globe festival.
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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