David Stromberg is a writer, translator, and literary scholar. His early publications include four collections of single-panel cartoons, the last of which was BADDIES (Melville House, 2009). He has published translations in the New Yorker, Asymptote, and Los Angeles Review of Books, and fiction in Ambit, KGB Bar Lit Mag, Atticus Review, and Chicago Literati. His scholarly articles explore the intersections of narrative and aesthetic theory, American and European literature, and philosophy and psychoanalysis. He is author of a critical study, Narrative Faith: Dostoevsky, Camus, and Singer (U Del Press, 2017) and editor of In the Land of Happy Tears: Yiddish Tales for Modern Times (Delacorte / Random House, 2018). He is also editor for the Estate of Isaac Bashevis Singer. Stromberg lives in Jerusalem and teaches literature at Shalem College.

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