A Holocaust writer?
Private detectives, body-switching, fairies, and Jeremiah’s smartphone.
A translator reminisces.
A complex network of pipes.
A survivor, he chronicled not just the Holocaust but also anti-Semitism and its spiritual effects.
He positions himself not as a subtly ironic modernist but as a humble, heartbroken preserver of memory.
The Homer of Lod.
A kinship between the artist and the outlaw.
An author who upended his own parables.
Fish that turn into frogs, a dead count, and halakhic humor.