David Stromberg is a writer, translator, and literary scholar. His translations have appeared in The New Yorker and Asymptote, and his fiction in Ambit, Chicago Literati, and the East Bay Review. He is author of four collections of single-panel cartoons, including BADDIES (Melville House), and a critical study, Narrative Faith (U Del Press), as well as editor of In the Land of Happy Tears: Yiddish Tales for Modern Times (Delacorte / Random House). He is based in Jerusalem and teaches literature at Shalem College.
Isaac Bashevis Singer: Writer and Critic
David Stromberg considers the long-neglected critical writings of Isaac Bashevis Singer....
Faith in Place: Isaac Bashevis Singer in Israel
Isaac Bashevis Singer visits Israel....
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