“If you look at the Holocaust without that triumphant, redemptive story arc, you have to grapple with the randomness of what happens to people.”
Donald Trump is inspiring publishers to seek out work from countries singled out by the Muslim Ban.
A Jewish organization that provides much needed care and financial assistance to aging survivors of the Holocaust will receive the royalties from the American sales of “Mein Kampf.”
The New Republic, the once iconic liberal-leaning magazine, is up for sale, publisher and chairman Chris Hughes said in a letter that was posted on the digital publishing platform Medium on Monday.
For the first time since Hitler’s death, Germany is publishing the Nazi leader’s political treatise “Mein Kampf,” unleashing a highly charged row over whether the text is an inflammatory racist diatribe or a useful educational tool.
The Union for Reform Judaism is handing over its in-house publishing arm to Berhman House, a venerable New Jersey-based publisher if academic and Jewish books.
Kenneth Bonert’s South African epic ‘The Lion Seeker’ hasn’t gotten much attention. But its richly detailed account of Jewish Johannesburg makes it one of the best novels of the year.
The life and times of the late rocker Lou Reed will be detailed in a biography that will be penned by Rolling Stone magazine writer Will Hermes, publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux said on Wednesday.
The death of André Schiffrin, who presided over the publishing world for half a century, marks the end of an era for the evolving world of book producing and selling.
‘Samuel Roth: Infamous Modernist’ features a notorious Jewish publisher Samuel Roth who went to jail twice and was reviled for publishing obscene work.