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Read ‘One Gram Short,’ a New Story by Etgar Keret

Read ‘One Gram Short,’ a New Story by Etgar Keret
By November 24, 2014

“It’s not for the high. It’s for a girl. Someone special I want to impress.” Read More

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New Short Story Collection Explores Tel Aviv’s Dark Side

New Short Story Collection Explores Tel Aviv’s Dark Side
By October 14, 2014

“What could possibly be dark about our sunny city, a city nicknamed ‘The Bubble?'” — Etgar Keret Read More

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Boris Fishman on Grandfathers, Russian Hirsuteness, and the Immigrant Experience

Boris Fishman on Grandfathers, Russian Hirsuteness, and the Immigrant Experience
By June 12, 2014

“Russian culture tends to go soulful and deep much more quickly than American culture.” Read More

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New Writing From Jonathan Safran Foer… On Chipotle Cups

New Writing From Jonathan Safran Foer… On Chipotle Cups
By May 15, 2014

Stuck without reading material at Chipotle one day (“I really just wanted to die with frustration”), inspiration struck. Read More

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Join Our Twitter Book Club on May 14 with Adam Wilson!

Join Our Twitter Book Club on May 14 with Adam Wilson!
By April 9, 2014

We’ll be discussing his new short story collection, “What’s Important Is Feeling” Read More

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Read an Exclusive Excerpt of ‘Witz’ Author Joshua Cohen’s New Story, ‘Fat’

Read an Exclusive Excerpt of ‘Witz’ Author Joshua Cohen’s New Story, ‘Fat’
By December 7, 2012

The latest in Tablet’s original fiction series comes from the 2010 Big Jewcy Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Lev Grossman

Jewcy Interviews: Lev Grossman
By September 27, 2010

Of literature Thomas Carlyle wrote, “All that mankind has done, thought, or been: it is lying as in magic preservation in the pages of books.” No critic in American life today does more to excavate that magic within texts than … Read More

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