Recent Projects

The new collection of stories, What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank, is now available in stores. iBookstore | IndieBound | Amazon | Powell's | Barnes & Noble

For the past three years, Nathan has been working on an original translation of the Haggadah. The New American Haggadah, edited by Jonathan Safran Foer, will be published in March by Little Brown. IndieBound | Amazon | Powell's | Barnes & Noble

Nathan's play The Twenty-Seventh Man produced by the Public Theater, will premiere in November 2012.



Imagination and Memory, hosted by Michael Stuhlbarg 

Monday, March 7, 2011, 8:00 p.m.
The Public Theater, New York

The evening will explore Anne Frank's legacy and Holocaust literature today, and is being presented in conjunction with the Public's production of Rinne Groff's Compulsion, which is inspired by Meyer Levin, the journalist and screenwriter who helped publicize the existence of Anne Frank's diary. Groff will be one of the featured guests, with participants also including author Francine Prose, novelist and short story writer Nathan Englander, and literary critic Ruth Franklin. -From THEATERMANIA


Literature and Revolution in the Middle East with Reza Aslan, Azar Nafisi and Nathan Englander

Monday, February 28, 2011, 8:15 p.m.
92nd Street Y, New York

Join three of today's most popular and talented writers for an evening discussion on how literature has been used to fight for revolution throughout the Middle East—from Israel to Iran to Egypt. -From the 92nd St. Y


Nathan Englander and Amir Raz, at the Rubin Museum of Art

Sunday, February 27, 2011, 3:00 p.m.
Rubin Museum of Art, New York

Prize-winning writer Nathan Englander has wild, vivid dreams. Neuroscientist Amir Raz specializes in hypnotism and used to be a magician. Together they explore the power of suggestion. -From the Rubin Museum of Art

More info at the New Yorker.


Philip Roth, with Claudia Roth Pierpont, Nathan Englander and Scott Raab

Thursday February 24, 2011 7:00 p.m
Center for Fiction, New York

“The modern, sensitive Jewish novelist and short story writer who inspired a generation of sensitive Jewish writers sits down with fellow authors and journalists Thurman (Cleopatra's Nose), Englander (The Ministry of Special Cases) and Raab (Real Hollywood Stories). For his part, Roth will read from recent work and talk legacy.” -More info from Time Out New York

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