Josh Lambert’s ‘The Literary Mafia’ retells the story of Jewish literary achievement in postwar America as the sordid maneuverings of a gang of racist, misogynist white men who, above all, looked out for each other
Bob Bernstein, 25 years at the helm of Random House, remembers when publishing was a good business
What Lorin Stein’s resignation from The Paris Review over sexual misconduct reveals about the true index of male power
Where Jewish writers are finding homes these days, and why
Update: Publisher pulls book, which was designed for use in the Middle East
Farewell to my beloved magazine, my old and treasured home
Beloved young adult writer’s new book is described as ‘quintessential Judy’
Three decades after Saul Bellow fictionalized my love affair with the great art critic, it’s time for my version
The writers and editors behind the astonishing rise of Orthodox magazines and fiction
The Israeli scholar, and the prime minister’s father, died today in his Jerusalem home. He was my political opposite, but also my teacher and friend.
I turned in my book’s manuscript almost a month ago, but my editor doesn’t seem to have read it yet. It makes a writer wonder what he’s doing instead.
My mother pretended we weren’t Jewish when we moved to the South—but couldn’t resist kvelling over my book about it
Plan to freeze prices
The author of ‘Stern’ remembers his heady first days on the literary scene