In my interview with author Rohan Quine, I continue my experimentation with a more-documentary style in podcasts.
I began my research into criminal justice reform about ten years ago, when I wrote
The next crop of Jewish-themed books will be Holocaust-related and address the rise in anti-Semitism
Steff Green was bullied as a child due to her blindness, giving her a deep understanding of how it feels.
John Wingate has lived with a tragic memory for fifty years, since three boys he knew personally disappeared and flung his old hometown, and the historic stomping grounds of Mark Twain, into a desperate nationwide search.
Most publishers, with lots of snooty sarcasm, disagree with me on this: I think everybody has a memoir in them.
Marilène is one of many talented authors I’ve interviewed for Calumet Editions, where I’m also producing audiobooks.
How do you properly mix science in science fiction? J. Dianne Dotson has found the
Where are the books for grownups? For those who really know what it’s like to face ageist stereotypes?
Philosopher Andrew Pessin takes a look at Jewish thought through the ages, discovers “exhilarating” disagreement.