From the depths of his memory, an old Jerusalem house called out to Amnon Dankner to write a book about it. On the former Maariv editor's literary comeback.
In his newest book, Meir Shalev again offers a personal interpretation of biblical narratives, but from a less political, and more literary and philosophical perspecti.
George Khoury, an Israeli Arab student, was shot by a terrorist who mistook him for a Jew.
Tel Aviv will give every expectant mother a book of poems, to encourage a culture of reading
Meir Wieseltier published his last collection of poems some eight years ago. But he doesn't care if the muse hasn't inspired him in a while. 'I have written enough,' he says.
Hebrew Book Week has ended and the results are in: Stores did better than stalls, Tel Aviv sold more than peripheral cities, and browsers hanging around at the end walked away with the best bargains.
Oded Carmeli took first place in Tel Aviv's 'Poetry on the Road' competition - despite having attacked the municipality, the competition and several of the judges.
Meet including Nobel winner Nadine Gordimer and U.S. Jewish writer Nicole Krauss to coincide with Bush visit.
In the novel which won her the prestigious Man Booker Prize last year, Kiran Desai sheds light on the dark side of multiculturalism and on the universal gaps between money-makers and money-losers.
Jewish-American writers Jonathan Safran Foer, Nicole Krauss and Nathan Englander will be among the guests at the First International Writers Festival, Jerusalem in May.
Friday's event was purely literary: no politics, no bereavement or wars, just the written word, poetry, and the writer's mental universe.
Brandes' latest novel, her sixth, is a biblical novel about the split between the ancient kings of Israel and Judah, and their disparate models of leadership.
David Grossman's latest novel, "Isha Borahat Mibesora" (English title: "Until the end of the land"), will be released on April 7 by Hasifria Hahadasha, Kibbutz Hameuchad and Siman Kriah books.