Hungry l Books
Hungry I Books is a publishing arm of the Concordia Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies. Its new publication is an updated and newly introduced translation of Franz Kafka's final story, "Josephine the Singer or A People of Mice," available by contacting the department or Hungy I Books Managing Editor Norman Ravvin. Translation by Karin Doerr and Gary Evans, introduction by Karin Doerr.
Our past publications include full-scale scholarly editions, such as the edited volume Afterimage: Evocations of the Holocaust in Contemporary Canadian Arts and Literature, and chapbooks dedicated to Canadian Jewish writing and Jewish literature and history.
The first title in this series The Little Underworld of Edison Wiese, is the short story by Toronto writer Cary Fagan, whose work has been published in the United States and in German translation, and who has won numerous prizes for his fiction in Canada. This edition is printed by Gaspereau Press and honours the good old verities of independent publishing in Canada.
- Blessings: Art and Essays on Jewish Blessings
- Shuln and Sheulelach: Large and Small Synagogues in Montreal and Europe by Sara Tauben
- Opening The Star: Three Responses to the New Translation of Franz Rosenzweig’s "The Star of Redemption" by Michael Oppenheim
- The Jews in Canada (In North America) by Ira Robinson