Like us here at the Schmooze, Barack Obama enjoys saluting the successes of Jewish women through a good old-fashioned listicle. The former president, who has been enjoying the end of his tenure with jury duty and attending Broadway shows, posted a list of his top 10 favorite books and songs of the year, complete with a few asides (which we believe qualifies it as a listicle.)
Sarah Jessica Parker will don her best babushka garb — no Manolo Blahniks in Ukraine! — for her new HBO series, “Sex and the Shtetl.”
Alderman’s “The Power” won this year’s Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction.
Is this movie all about the male gaze? Or just the female gays?
British-Jewish novelist Naomi Alderman is among the six finalists for this year’s Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction.
Great historical writing comes from understanding how differently life was once lived. ‘The Liar’s Gospel,’ a new novel by Naomi Alderman, re-imagines biblical times.
Forward Managing Editor Dan Friedman talks with award-winning author Naomi Alderman about her new novel set in Roman-occupied Judea.
A Yeshiva University professor tells the story of her spiritual journey to being a woman and what it meant for her life as a Jew.
Naomi Alderman grew up watching the famed British cult classic, ‘Doctor Who.’ She chats about being the first Jewish woman to get to write an official Doctor Who novel.