We thought we couldn’t love Ira Glass anymore. The hipster glasses. The public-radio sensitivity. The Baltimore roots. But then he recorded the title story of Etgar Keret’s newest short story collection, Suddenly a Knock on the Door, and we were proven wrong. Enjoy.
(For more from Etgar Keret, see the May/June issue of Moment, where he and many others weigh in on the question “Is there such a thing as Jewish fiction?”)