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A wake-up for Tel Aviv, a writer’s new path, a lame book, and an unoffensive fairy tale

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Evan Goldstein talks to Israeli writer Gadi Taub about his turn from journalism to fiction via a novel about a seedy Tel Aviv bar. Adam Kirsch slams Rich Cohen’s book Israel is Real for its factual errors, among other things. Nicole Taylor mourns the loss of the secure, free-wheeling scene in Tel Aviv brought on by the shooting at a gay community center. Marjorie Ingall presents the uber-PC tale of a gluten-free cupcake-loving dragon. And, as ever, lots more here on The Scroll all day.

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