Boris's novels, both New York Times Notable Books of the Year, and memoir are out in paperback from HarperCollins. He is at work on a new novel called "Errors in Love and War and Love," about a family in flight from civil war. He is also a line cook at Canal House Station in Milford, NJ. See Selected Writing for recent journalism.
Savage Feast was one of Amazon's Best Books of the Month. The New York Times called it "a tightly-written page turner," and The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, and Publishers Weekly agreed: “Fishman’s immigrant saga masterfully evokes a family that survives, united by food." Here's Boris on NPR's Morning Edition and in Saveur. Details here.
Essay on male friendship after 40 for The New York Times. + Long piece on Ukraine for Tablet Magazine. + A profile, for Travel + Leisure, of Northern California's Russian River Valley. + On Dostoevsky for The New York Times Book Review. + A review of George Saunders' A Swim in a Pond in the Rain, for the Times Literary Supplement (UK).