Aaron Hamburger’s fourth book, Hotel Cuba, comes out from Harper Perennial in May.
Two American novelists draw inspiration for their fiction from the true stories of their grandmothers’ immigration
I was ridiculed and physically abused for being the wrong kind of Jewish boy. As a result, it took decades to come to terms with my identity.
On a recent trip to Cuba, I learned more about my grandmother’s journey to America—and the different ways my family has interpreted that piece of our history
It’s long been a staple of the Jewish bakeries. Now you can make a perfect seven-layer cake at home.