After Palestinian academic Nur Masalha’s new exercise in historical denial and borderline antisemitism, Palestine: A Four Thousand Year History, suffice it to say, the Kraken has been released.
“Maybe I don’t have diseases. Maybe they have me.” — Mike Levine on Comedy, Contagions, and Dr. Seuss.
An infectious chat with the author of Oh, The Flesh You Will Eat!
Literary debuts by Sigal Samuel and Jonathan Weisman have familiar premises but offer charms all their own.
Author Samuel Sattin talks about his newest novel - a mash-up of small town horror, and heartfelt teenage angst.
With a new book out, and a nearly a century of memories behind him, comedy legend Marty Allen chats about life, laughs, and his infamous catchphrase.
After Birth by Elisa Albert, The Nazi Officer's Wife by Edith Hahn Beer, and Paper Love by Sarah Wildman: while recovering from surgery, our literary editor reads books about female endurance.