With news that he's working on a series of Young Adult novels, we have to ask: Is there anything Jason Segel can't do?
What happens when a twenty-something literary child of Woody Allen meets a captivating therapist who diagnoses every trauma as 9/11 PTSD? The one thing that's never supposed to.... Read an excerpt from Balls, Julian Tepper's debut.
Listen to an exclusive track from Etgar Keret's forthcoming Suddenly A Knock on the Door audiobook read by Gary Shteyngart.
Author Nathan Englander talks to Heeb about his irreligiosity, the difference between Etgar Keret and God and how you don't have to be a Jedi to watch Star Wars.
“It’s as though he’s sitting on your face and you can’t breathe...I don’t rate him as a writer at all,” says the disgruntled Man Booker juror who dissented on Philip Roth's win.
When New York Times writer Dave Itzkoff was 8, two things happened: He successfully lobbied to never go to Hebrew School again and he learned his father was a cocaine addict. Heeb sat down with Dave to talk about his new book, Alf and his father's circumcision.