FSG has published Isaac Bashevis Singer’s works for over fifty years, including The Magician of Lublin, Gimpel the Fool, and his Collected Stories. As you can imagine, there’s a wealth of interesting material from his archives. Here’s just a brief selection.
You’ll notice our print advertising is nothing if not consistent: the notice for In My Father’s Court isn’t terribly different from its modern-day counterparts.
All images courtesy of the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Typewriter photography by Pete Smith.
Paris Review editor Lorin Stein’s Introduction to the 50th Anniversary Edition of The Magician of Lublin