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Writing what she knows
In the latest step of his precipitous fall from grace, the prolific director has been unable to find a publisher for a memoir he’s shopping around.
“Life is what you think.”
Gene Wolfe passed away at 87 years of age.
By AARON REICH
In a moving ceremony at the President’s Residence, Mordechai Naor and Boaz Dekel presented their new book, The Unknown Mission, to President Reuven Rivlin.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
In 'I’m Not Really a Waitress', Weiss-Fischmann tells how she went from a childhood in Communist Hungary – to becoming globally recognized as the First Lady of Nails.
By ARIELLE KAPLAN
First published in London in 1940, The Haggadah (later, The Szyk Haggadah) was printed on vellum in an edition of 250 copies.
By IRVIN UNGAR
“I didn’t really set out to write a book."
By CURT SCHLEIER/JTA
Wilson agreed to talk with 'The Post' about her book and her life from her home in Jerusalem.
By SHERI OZ
‘Micropop’ presents new trends in Japanese art to Israeli audience
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Oscar nominee Ari Folman said he struggled with the decision to create ‘Where is Anne Frank?’
By AMY SPIRO
Named after Los Angeles, Kiryat Malakhi is the latest site in Israel where an outbreak of measles was suspected.
The story concerns Randle McMurphy (Oz Zehavi), a pugnacious, charismatic, non-conformist petty criminal who is sent to the state psychiatric hospital for evaluation.
By HELEN KAYE
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