In a landscape vacated of the two literary giants Aharon Appelfeld and Amos Oz, Israeli fiction ushers in the rise of a new generation of women writers. The author of ‘All the Rivers’ talks about sabras in New York, American Jewry’s allure, and learning to listen for the perfect watermelon.
Amos Oz, A.B. Yehoshua, Etgar Keret, Jonathan Safran Foer, Paul Auster, Michael Chabon, Meir Shalev, Ayelet Waldman, Nicole Krauss, and Bernard-Henri Lévy
A new documentary looks at ‘the ultimate taboo’
A step-by-step guide on how to marinate at home on Labor Day weekend
The rival Jewish dating companies, once embroiled in a trademark legal battle, have agreed to a merger. Love wins.
After a visit to a Holocaust museum, a student sees his Adidas sneakers in a new light
The Israeli author will be in conversation with fellow Tablet contributor Adam Kirsch at Columbia University this Sunday
The Tablet contributor’s new memoir hits the shelves on Tuesday
A short story for Passover by Etgar Keret
Israelis from across the political and religious spectrum join a national conversation about the Tanakh, on the website 929
The actor talks writing, directing, and why he loves listening to books on tape
Read the two writers’ correspondence about this summer’s war in Gaza
The Israeli novelist says we should use the word ‘compromise,’ not ‘peace’
New Israeli films and the occasional siren at the Jerusalem Film Festival
This week’s International Writers Festival in Jerusalem
The Israeli author gets real with Tavi Gevinson’s Rookie magazine
When authors write stories, they play God. The results can be devastating.
The Israeli writer publishes his maiden story on Facebook, 26 years later
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