Anne Trubek

From the Middle to the End

A deceptively simple novel about a suburban, Midwestern Jewish family catapults into something annoyingly profound.

Muddling Through

 In his new book about an Upper West Side Jewish family, Joshua Henkin proves himself as a skillful writer, alternately witty and moving.

Missed Connections

Joseph Skibell, like any good historical novelist, is a dybbuk—he animates the dead.

Going Public

The Jewish Jane Austen, or better?


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