Ron Dicker goes to see “Precious Life,” a documentary that was transformed in the making from a sentimental heart-tugger to a more complicated moral maneuver.
Asaf Hanuka goes grocery shopping in “The Two States of Israel.”
Philologos talks italics.
Mark Cohen reads through all 708 of Saul Bellow’s witty and malicious letters included in a new collection.
Jay Michaelson wonders whether egalitarian services offer more than the right to be equally bored.
On The Sisterhood, Eryn Loeb talks to author and editor Kate Bernheimer about modern-day fairy tales.
At ZEEK, Joanna Steinhardt talks tough about the Jewish gangster character-type.