A European country bombed into rubble. Refugees streaming across multiple borders.
In her latest young adult novel, The Assignment, author Liza Wiemer asks readers what they would do to stop antisemitism—or any form of hate or injustice.
The most formative experience of my college years wasn’t in a classroom.
Thirty members of the Sayeret Matkal, the elite commando unit of the IDF that rescued hostages from a hijacked flight in Uganda, share their memories of the rescue in a book, newly translated from the Hebrew.
A whole generation has gone through the Jewish life cycle with Anita Diamant.
Barbara Goldberg’s poetry has always displayed an insatiable appetite for grief and desire.
In Whistle: A New Gotham City Hero, writer E. Lockhart and artist Manuel Preitano make the case for Jewish guilt with DC Comics’ first Jewish superhero in nearly 20 years.