A Poet at the
A close reading of the seder plate.
A Poet's Novel
By PHILIP LOPATE
Lopate's superb essay on Charles Reznikoff'.
By JOY KATZ
Is your favorite Jewish poet Wise or Wicked? Joy Katz will tell you.
All Who Are
The Velveteen Rabbi muses on Pesach and National Poetry Month.
Fathers and Son
By ELLIS WEINER
Anyone for a little dying-literary-generation shtick?
By BEN BIRNBAUM
Franz Kafka's memo masterpieces.
By MATTHUE ROTH
Young Mr. Roth runs wild.
sings the praises of JBooks.com. Literally.
By ROB KUTNER
The Daily Show scribe muses on our most hilarious chag.
Kleine Post-Purim Spiel
A dramatic scene from the mind of a major poet.
By JOAN LEEGANT
One novelist gets playful with Purim.
By DARA HORN
Looking at Tevye in the light of L'Affaire Madoff.
Jewish Books the Business
A veteran bookseller talks about his embattled industry.
Jewishness of Jews Without Money
By PAUL BUHLE
Buhle revisits Mike Gold's classic.
as Industrious Earners
Glückel of Hameln brings home the bacon (so to speak).
What do Edith Grossman and Rashi have in common? More than you might imagine.
Being a Marginally Jewish Reader
By KEN GORDON
Taking a page from Sh'ma.
Writing His Way
By ADAM KIRSCH
The challenge of saying something new about Benjamin Disraeli.
Scarlet Letter Aleph
Portnoy and Playboy Go
to Summer Camp