Jonathan Safran Foer is one of the most acclaimed young writers of his generation. His books have received numerous awards including a National Jewish Book Award and a Guardian First Book Award, and have been translated into thirty-six languages. He garnered remarkable praise for his first two novels, "Everything Is Illuminated" (adapted for film in 2005) and "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" (adapted for film in December 2011), and for his "New York Times" bestselling work of nonfiction, "Eating Animals."
Nathan Englander is the author of the novel, The Ministry of Special Cases," the play, The Twenty-Seventh Man," and the story collections For the Relief of Unbearable Urges" and What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank," which won the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award and was a Pulitzer Prize Finalist. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife Rachel Silver.
Praise for "EATING ANIMALS"
"Stirring...compelling....Foer brings an invigorating moral clarity to the topic."-- Entertainment Weekly
Praise for "THE MINISTRY OF SPECIAL CASES"
"Who is this Nathan Englander, so young in novelist years, but already possessed of an old masters voice?...One reads this novel in awe of Englander's talent."-- New York Times Book Review
Praise for "EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED"
"Not since..."A Clockwork Orange" has the English language been simultaneously mauled and energized with such brilliance and brio."-- New York Times Book Review "Francine Prose "
"A touching and scholarly Haggadah that offers fresh insights....what makes this Haggadah shine is the combination of commentary, design, and illustration....[it makes] us think, laugh, cry, and ask questions."
Julia Neuberger, "Financial Times