Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay” will air as a miniseries next year.
We’re not content to tell you which nominees are Jewish. We want to let you know just how they’re all connected.
“I come to work every day in a state of joy and awe at having been entrusted with the character and the world of Jean-Luc Picard,” Chabon said.
Move over, “Ring Cycle,” there’s a new opera epic in the works.
The Zionism of these reductive, hair-trigger accusations suggests a delicate ideology that cannot sustain the competition of ideas.
Novelist Michael Chabon delivered a diatribe against Jewish inmarriage, as well as Israel’s occupation of the West Bank, in a commencement spee
What’s missing is any sense of family dynamic. Where is the poop? Where is the barf and the blood?
Interviews with “leftist s***heads”.
“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.