Keren David is Features Editor of the Jewish Chronicle. She is the author of eight books for Young Adults, and is writing a musical.
Strong images; untold stories; a New York ﬂavour
We look back at the big arts stories of 2017 in our end-of-year round-up
Jonny Geller: the future of books
Is reading an endangered activity? Literary agent Jonny Geller has the answers.
Devorah Baum on Jewish jokes
Devorah Baum has two new books out which examine the essence of Jewishness. Keren David met her to find out more.
Day-Lewis opens up on decision to quit acting
"If an audience believes it, that should be good enough for me. But, lately, it isn’t.”
At 80, Stoppard hints at his ﬁrst-ever Jewish play
Sir Tom Stoppard was awarded the David Cohen prize for literature last night. He told Keren David about his life and Jewish roots
Sir Tom Stoppard awarded David Cohen literary prize
Sir Tom told the JC that he had never thought that he would win the award, which recognises living writers' lifetime work
Book Review Rosemary Friedman's Final Draft
“People need to choose happiness; they need to agree that they want it, deserve it and have it. “
Stacey is out of Bake Off
Stacey Hart crumbled in the heat of the semi-final
Great British Bake Off 2017, episode nine debrief
Was Radlett's finest, Stacey Hart, a choux-in for the final?
Family raise funds in memory of their lost boy
‘It means a lot to know Donnie’s life can make it easier for other families’
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