Today in Tablet Magazine, Turkey Week continues as Mideast columnist Lee Smith talks to Harvard economist Dani Rodrik about Ergenekon, the fascinating, bizarre web of anti-government conspiracies that are in fact “political fiction” used by the Turkish government to arrest dissidents and shore up support. Liel Leibovitz anoints Orly Castel-Bloom’s 1992 novel Dolly City, newly translated into English, “the most important Israeli novel of the last four decades.” Looks like The Scroll has a new book for the readinq queue.