An essay, DataSexual, appears at Partisan Hotel.
An essay, Auto-Flâneurism, appears in Still 6.
Hat Lessons Gleaned from Attending a Film Noir Marathon with a Nonagenarian Ex-Milliner Who Never Stops Talking appears in Harper’s Magazine.
On Philip Roth, for Library of America.
On Philip Roth, for The New Republic.
An essay, Pond Memories, appears as an introduction to a new edition of Georges Perec’s W, or the Memory of Childhood (trans. David Bellos).
A story, Mall Camp, Seasons 1 & 2, appears in Granta 143.
On the Transit of Toledo, the inaugural lecture of the Toledo Program, a translation initiative of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Deutscher Übersetzerfonds, and the LCB-Berlin, appears in the Spring 2018 issue of The Sewanee Review.
Wir Wikinger, an adaptation of the inaugural lecture of the 38th Samuel Fischer Guest Professorship in Literature at the Free University of Berlin, appears in Die Welt (German-only, trans. Ulrich Blumenbach).
Letter to Stephen Shore appears in Art in America.
On Being Jewish, American, and a Writer appears in T.
A story, The Confessions, appears in Wired.
It’s a Circle: On the closing of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus appears in Issue 14 of The Point.
An excerpt from Moving Kings appears in Bookforum.
A selection from the Israel Diaries appears at Powell’s.
An excerpt from Moving Kings appears in Tablet Magazine.
A review of Mathias Énard’s Compass (trans. Charlotte Mandell) appears in The New York Times Book Review.
“Uri,” an excerpt adapted from Moving Kings, appears in Granta 139: Best of Young American Novelists 3.
On Czeika’s An Operetta in Profile, for The New Yorker.
A review of Peter Handke’s The Moravian Night (trans. Krishna Winston) appears in The New York Times Book Review.