Every Friday morning My Machberet presents an assortment of links, primarily of the literary variety.
Rebecca Klempner presents a true Passover story that epitomizes an instance when reality seems stranger than fiction.
Many of us perceive Tay-Sachs disease to be a malady that strikes only Jewish families; Emily Rapp isn’t Jewish, but her son, Ronan, recently succumbed to the disease. Judy Bolton-Fasman writes about Rapp’s new memoir, which opens with Ronan’s diagnosis.
Canada-based author Ayelet Tsabari recently wrote a series of guest posts, my favorite of which deals with the challenges she has faced in writing about Israel.