Watch this presentation: We say people must remember the Holocaust in the future, but we’re ignoring its victims today.
Enter The Tattler’s invented world of advertising, where Philip Roth, Mila Kunis, and other MOTs rescue failing brands
Two new biographical studies and dual exhibits in Vienna plumb the psychodrama of the great Lucian Freud
On stage, the English master of menace and the ponderous Frenchman find a common language in a feat of adaptation
The great Yale literary scholar introduces new poetry by Peter Cole, in ‘The Invention of Influence’
Kaddish for the recently deceased poet with a history of bigotry, from a poet with a feeling for jazz
Scott Stossel’s ‘My Age of Anxiety’ does for crippling fears what Andrew Solomon’s ‘The Noonday Demon’ did for depression
What happens when our libraries are purged from our homes, replacing spines with screens?
As Hollywood looks to mine B-movies for remakes, genre schlock has growing escapist appeal in Israel
By giving her characters perfect endings, the wildly popular writer may actually undermine them
A spate of new books tells the stories of men and women who leave ultra-Orthodoxy for risky, rewarding, bewildering everyday life
Gary Shteyngart’s new memoir is a touching meditation on the origins, nature, and limits of humor