Interviewing novelist Jennifer Weiner, Batya Ungar-Sargon investigates why the literary industry resists books that speak to a female audience.
Israeli writer Amos Oz, Israel Prize laureate, died on Friday at 79 after fighting cancer.
Print these beautiful passages for your Passover Seder discussion.
“The program allows us to link our own research project with a broader immersion in the Yiddish language and literature.”
Using both Jewish and Nazi documentation, David Fishman’s book describes the day-to-day operation of the so-called Paper Brigade.
Israeli author Aharon Appelfeld, who published more than 45 books in Hebrew and translated into many languages, has died.
Although most people who read Yiddish today are from the Hasidic community, our goal is to attract Yiddish devotees of all stripes.
How (and what) to read this Yom Kippur: A loving ode to reading during synagogue services.
Leah offers to clean the windshield wipers but how would it look having his date doing roadside assistance for him?
— Idra Novey, author of the novel “Ways to Disappear,” won the 2017 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature. She takes home $100,000 for winning the prize, which was announced Wednesday by the Jewish Book Council at a ceremony at New York’s Jewish Museum. Her book explores a translator’s search for a missing…