“Where Jewish Writers Are Finding Homes These Days”

Tablet - August 6, 2015

“Some of the most interesting Jewish books being written today, in fact, are too local in their appeal to find a place with the big publishers; they are just the kind of books that need small presses to do them justice. Fig Tree Books launched this year as a publisher dedicated to the American Jewish Experience, with titles including Meyer Levin’s classic Leopold and Loeb novel, Compulsion (reviewed for Tablet here).”

Read Adam Kirsch’s full article online.