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Publishing the best literature of the American Jewish Experience

Speech has been weaponized. Everyone knows it, but no one seems to know how to make sense of the current confusion.

by Thane Rosenbaum

How does a woman who grew up in rural Indiana as a fundamentalist Christian end up a practicing Jew in New York?

by Angela Himsel

"Readers will find connections to Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay." ALA Review

by David Hirshberg

A lively chronicle of the author’s journey into the spiritual heart of Judaism.

by by Abigail Pogrebin foreword by A. J. Jacobs

A dazzling debut novel about love, loss, and the courage it takes to start over.

by Jessamyn Hope

It examines the evolution of the terrorist mentality and the complexities of religious extremism

by Jonathan Papernick

The people who came to be called “ Holocaust survivors” could not avoid their memories.

by Edward Lewis Wallant

The Sea Beach Line melds mid-20th- century pulp fiction and traditional Jewish folklore in New York City

by Ben Nadler

Reintroduces the fictionalized case of Leopold and Loeb – once considered the "crime of the century".

by Meyer Levin

Unfolds a layered family portrait of three generations of a family, whose members are collapsing.

by Alan Cheuse