The New York Times divulges author Nathan Englander’s Sunday routine.
Speaking of Nathan Englander, not everyone will agree with Adam Kirsch’s take on his latest work, but you can’t deny that Kirsch’s conclusion is tantalizing and provocative: “Perhaps the great Jewish fiction of the near future will have to be less psychological and social than is currently the norm, and more explicitly political. And perhaps the great dividing line in contemporary Jewish life is not the one between religious and secular Jews, but between those who see themselves as members of a historical Jewish nation, and those who find such an identity archaic or delusional.”
JTA, “the global news service of the Jewish people,” is hiring.
New graduate program in Jewish cultural arts.
Deborah Feldman’s new memoir, Unorthodox, is making waves. Read all about it.
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