About Tamar D. Yellin

Tamar Yellin is a novelist and short story writer. She has a website at www.tamaryellin.com.

From the Particular to the Universal: The Pitfalls of Being a British Jewish Writer

By October 30, 2009

I never intended to become a Jewish writer. That’s an absurd thing to say, of course: I am and always shall be Jewish, and have known I was a writer from the age of seven. What I mean is that … Read More

Perpetual Longing and the Wandering Jew

By October 29, 2009

Yesterday I cited some of my main literary influences but I did not mention one which was crucial to me in the writing of Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes, and that is the German writer W. G. Sebald. Sebald … Read More

You Write What You Read

By October 28, 2009

Tamar D. Yellin is the author of Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes. She is guest-blogging on Jewcy this week, and this is her 3rd post.   When I look back over my main literary influences the thing that strikes … Read More

All is Metaphor

By October 27, 2009

Tamar D. Yellin is the author of Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes. She is guest-blogging on Jewcy this week, and this is her 2nd post. Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes is not a book about the ten lost … Read More

Hunting the Tribes

By October 26, 2009

Tamar D. Yellin is the author of Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes. She is guest-blogging on Jewcy this week, and this is her first post. Such are the vicissitudes of writing and publishing, nearly twelve years have passed between … Read More