Books by Rachel Kadish

RACHEL KADISH’s short fiction and essays have appeared in Story, Zoetrope, and Tin House, and have been anthologized in Lost Tribe: Jewish Fiction from the Edge and The Modern Jewish Girl’s Guide to Guilt, among other publications. Kadish, a graduate of P


TOLSTOY LIED by Rachel Kadish
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 2006

"No real surprises, but some essential satisfactions."
Kadish's second (after From a Sealed Room, 1998) is a conventional modern romance, complete with life lessons, wry comedy and a supporting cast of best friends. Read full book review >
FROM A SEALED ROOM by Rachel Kadish
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 12, 1998

"The tale doesn't need, and can—t sustain, the larger geopolitical and historical implications that are added to it."
A first novel sets the youthful ordeals of Maya, an idealistic and somewhat imperceptive American student at Israel's Hebrew University, against both the historical and contemporary struggles of Western Jews. Read full book review >