Anita Diamant's first novel, published 20 years ago, went on to become a best-seller, a miniseries and an inspiration for fiction writers around the globe.
By Adam Soclof
Ross Ufberg at the Forward’s Arty-Semite launched an imaginative series about "The Lions of Zion," a fictional all-Jewish baseball team trying to compete in the National League in 1933. Had the team been real, JTA might have been able to help the hapless Hebrews drum up support the following year. [[READMORE]] JTA Jewish Daily Bulletin… More ▸
Condoleezza Rice called “fiction” Ehud Olmert’s claim that he persuaded President Bush to abstain from a U.N. Security Council call for a cease-fire and left the secretary of state “shamed.” More ▸