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American author Gary Shteyngart spoke to ‘The Jerusalem Post’ about his fear of technology and more.
Israel this week marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Leah Goldberg.
She is today recognized as one of the nation’s greatest poets and playwrights.
Writer of 'Amsterdam', 'Atonement' to be awarded prize reserved for novelist who best expresses the "freedom of the individual in society."
Gabriel Levin is no more bound by categories than he is by national borders
By MATT NESVISKY
On the 50th anniversary of Edward Lewis Wallant’s untimely death, some advocates again argue for his reappraisal and elevation
Sheila Spector explores Byron’s influence on Jewish readers and writers from the early 19th century to the late 20th.
By ADI ORIAN
"Blooms of Darkness" by Israeli Aharon Appelfeld awarded 2012 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize London ceremony.
Eilit Fisher wrote her book on her battle with breast cancer,'High on Life,' to make things easier for women in similar situations.
By TALI HERDEVAL
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Jill Lepore works to condense 240 years of American history into one volume.
By KAREN R. LONG
Michael Chabon’s latest work, ‘Pops,’ is a series of essays on child rearing
By MARY CAROLE MCCAULEY
Israeli-Arab writer Ayman Sikseck, who grew up detached from the Palestinian struggle, has become one of the country’s most intriguing writers.
By ITAY GODER
Talia Carner ’s fourth novel explores themes of feminism and Judaism in bleak postcommunist Russia.
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
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