Books by Ilana Kurshan


Ilana Kurshan is a graduate of Harvard and Cambridge. She has worked in literary publishing both in New York and in Jerusalem, as a translator and foreign rights agent, and as the books editor of Lilith magazine. Her writing has appeared in Tablet, Lilith, Hadassah, The Forward, Kveller, The World Jewish Digest, Nashim, and The Jewish Week. She lives in Jerusalem with her husband and four children. Ilana is the author of Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights? and If All The Seas Were Ink.


If All the Seas Were Ink: A Memoir

Ilana Kurshan


A Bride for One Night: Talmud Tales

Ruth Calderon


The Melody

Oded Burla and Assaf Benharroch


Seven Good Years: A Yiddish Folktale

Shoham Smith and Eitan Eloa


The Last Words of Moses

Micah Goodman


The Hedgehog Who Said, Who Cares?

Neri Aluma and Amit Trainin


Uri and the King of Darkness: A Hanukkah Story

Nati Bait and Carmel Ben Ami