Writing a memoir at the end of one's career is a highly lucrative practice in the political field, and American publishers tend to pay large sums for books written by major world leaders.
Zion’s Fiction returns with a second anthology
Shlomo Abas, born in 1948, has published 170 books, including 32 children's books and 138 collections of legends, fairy tales, parables, riddles and jokes.
How Yiddish writing viewed matters of race in America.
There are not a few poetic works which challenge the intellect, and invite us to delve as deeply as possible into some hidden meaning, lurking somewhere beneath the textual surface
“My mother never laughed at my dreams. She always helped me make them come true.”
Safran Foer was something of a wunderkind, bursting onto the global literary stage in 2002, at the tender age of 25 with his well-received debut offering, Everything Is Illuminated.
I asked those who wrote essays for JTA in March of 2020, just as the upsets were beginning in earnest, to share how their lives and thinking have changed since then.
Events that shape our lives are not always apparent to those around us.
Walter Bernstein, a proudly “secular” Jewish screenwriter best known for his 1960s and ’70s dramas and for being blacklisted during the McCarthy era, has died at 101.