From Simon & Schuster, Here and Now is Robert Cohen's unforgettable novel about faith and relationships—and the many questions that comes with both.
Watching his career and marriage disintegrate, Samuel Karnish meets a Hasidic couple from Brooklyn and begins an unlikely friendship with them, an event that leaves him morally confused and doubting his own faith.
Robert Cohen is the author of three previous novels, The Organ Builder, The Here and Now, and Inspired Sleep, and a collection of short stories. Winner of a Lila Atcheston Wallace -Reader's Digest Writers Award, the Ribalow Prize, The Pushcart Prize, and a Whiting Award, he has published short fiction in a variety of publications -- including Harpers, GQ, The Paris Review and Ploughshares. He has taught at the Iowa Writers Workshop, Harvard University, and Middlebury College. He lives in Vermont.