The Drawbridge's Literary Editor Mark Reynolds caught up with Shalom Auslander and Etgar Keret on their recent visits to London. The resulting interviews appear in the March edition of Untitled Books.
"It's like Milan Kundera's thing about Kafka, of going into the dark depths of a joke. That's what he did, that's what I do, and that's the way you have to do it. Life's a joke that we have to take seriously."
"When I interviewed Netanyahu I made the headlines because for the first time in his life he said that he thinks the Israel-Palestine conflict has no solution. Then afterwards he denied it - or rather, he said that he said it, but that he didn't mean what he said."