An excerpt from Haggai Ram's book about hashish in Mandatory Palestine and Israel.
An excerpt from Raffi Berg's book about the true story of Mossad's fake diving resort in Sudan.
An excerpt from Yishai Sarid's new novel about a historian who specializes in leading tours of concentration camps in Poland.
An intimate conversation with the acclaimed Israeli filmmaker.
An interview with the newest member of the Tel Aviv Review of Books editorial team.
A new book argues for the historic significance of the Arab Spring. Does it succeed?
What's it been like living in Israel during coronavirus, and how is the 'new normal' panning out?
The story of the role played by Palestinian stonemasons and construction workers in the building of Israel.
An interview with Adeena Sussman about her new vibrant recipe book inspired by Tel Aviv's Carmel Market.
What's it like to walk from Canterbury to Jerusalem?
A new "Necessary Story" by Haim Watzman.
An interview with Evan Fallenberg on his new novel 'The Parting Gift', focusing on issues of language, sexuality, and politics.
Somewhere, in a parallel universe, there's an Alex Epstein who writes novels," says Alex Epstein - author of the micro-stories we present here – about his chosen literary form.
The popularity of Fauda, rooted firmly in the Israel-Palestine conflict, prompts interesting questions about the international success of Israel’s television.