WINNER OF THE 2017 MAN BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE
Brilliant experimental, surrealist fiction from the award-winning author of Snowball, Dragonfly, Jew A wonderful dream and a horrific nightmare, a fuzzy consciousness of pain and family, Pockets is a novel of fragments both literally and figuratively.
WINNER OF THE JEWISH QUARTERLY WINGATE PRIZE10 WOMEN TO WATCH IN 2017--BookPage
A New York Times Notable Book of 2017
"Light and tight, On Turpentine Lane is constructed with an almost scary mastery."--New York Times Book Review
"A diverting delight."--People
" Lipman] has a way of crafting books so utterly charming that you want to set up residence inside them...On Turpentine Lane quickly becomes a friend."--Seattle Times
"The characters in Miriam Karmel's stories hold together the expanding, collective lives of extended family through a cherished and cared-for history of survival that is present and always heard, even when it is unspoken, incomplete, or hidden.
Celebrate the holiday of Chanukah with eight original short stories by Jewish storyteller Scott Hilton Davis. Enjoy a fun-filled journey to Oykvetchnik, the tiny shtetl town in Eastern Europe where people complain a lot (except during Chanukah when they seem to be a little more charitable).
Faced with the sudden and unexpected death of her mother, disillusioned novelist Joanna Jacobs begins chronicling her unruly childhood in 1960s Cleveland, Ohio. But the writing exercise that starts out as a means to reflect and refocus becomes a journal of Joanna's rebellious existence.
Outlier Fanny Goldman contacts the Feed Us Channel by video during a three a.m. insomnia bout to kvetch about a particular lack of diversity in the station's lineup. She inadvertently lands her own cooking show because she slept with the producer almost forty years before...
"Sanders, whose first novel Kamikaze Lust, won a 2000 Lambda Literary Award, offers an international espionage thriller in which a failed Olympic speed skater falls for her father's lover, a former Israeli army pilot turned corporate spy."
Hersh Grundstein knows you get more with a gun and a kind word than with just a kind word.Roza Grundstein learned at the age of five that evil sometimes rules. The tattoo on her wrist is living proof. She has lived a life avenging the lives of those who weren't as fortunate as she was. Her days are dwindling and only a day at the track can raise her spirits.
Winner of The Israel Institute's Literary Prize
A startling debut novel about the burden of Holocaust memory and the implacable zest for life.