Arab Israeli Conflict
Middle East News
Hi Tech News
The $100,000 prize, a program of the Jewish Book Council, was announced Tuesday.
Good literature is supposed to rattle your cage. Roth’s fiction discomfited us, and for that reason he is worth celebrating.
Best-selling author Olga Tokarczuk wins 2018 award for "Flights" but came under attack in 2014 for "The Book of Jacob."
Translators of Amos Oz met the author for an open discussion of literature in translation.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Wouk, whose "War and Remembrance" and "The Winds of War" were turned into popular television mini-series in the 1980s, died in his sleep at his home in Palm Springs, California.
Lynda Cohen Loigman’s sophomore novel dives into the lives of two warring sisters during World War II.
By AARON LEIBEL
Rami Harpaz lead a group of IAF pilots in Egyptian captivity to translate the iconic fantasy work into Hebrew while in prison, the book introduced Tolkien to Israeli readers and remains iconic.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Keret beat out the other four finalists on the shortlist for the prize, including Meirav Naker-Sadi, Yael Neeman, Ala Hlehel and Nir Baram.
By AMY SPIRO
Pnina Moed Kass uses puppets and creative skills to reach her young audience
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
Shalvi's archive includes letters written by her mother to her father in 1933-4, following his escape to England when the rest of the family were still in Germany under the Nazi menace.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
"They tried for years to frighten me and to keep me from writing," Tatour told 'The Jerusalem Post' on the day of her release. "They did not succeed."
By SAMUEL THROPE
The Rohr family translates a love for literature into action.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Ballet Zurich performs Christian Spuck’s work inspired by Tolstoy’s classic novel.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Please insert a valid email address