April 18th 2015:
Tamar will be taking part in a panel discussion, Inspired by the Brontes, as part of Bradford Literature Festival's weekend of Bronte-themed events, on 23rd May: http://www.bradfordliteraturefestival.co.uk/events/panel-discussion-inspired-by-the-brontes/

December 11th 2012:
Listen to Tamar Yellin's Hanukkah story, Ethics of the Fathers, at
http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=143590999&m=143592575


September 3rd 2012:
A new story by Tamar Yellin, Leaving the Nest, appears in the current issue of the Warwick Review: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/english/writingprog/warwickreview/sep2012/

June 7th 2011:
Tamar Yellin's story, Kafka in Bronteland, will appear in Kafkaesque, a collection of short works inspired by Franz Kafka to be published by Tachyon Press in November 2011. Contributors include J. G. Ballard, Carol Emshwiller, Jeffrey Ford and Philip Roth. For further details visit the publisher's website at http://www.tachyonpublications.com/book/Kafkaesque.html?Session_ID=new

January 7th 2010:
The Jewish Chronicle reviews Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes: http://www.thejc.com/arts/book-reviews/25411/review-tales-ten-lost-tribes

October 30th 2009:
To mark the publication in paperback of Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes by St Martin's Press, Tamar Yellin has been guest blogging all this week at Jewcy.com. You can find the final entry, with links to the four previous entries, here.

July 21st 2009:
An interview with Tamar Yellin appears on the blog of author Nik Perring: http://nikperring.blogspot.com/2009/07/tamar-yellin-interview.html

July 20th 2009:
Reviews of Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes have appeared at One Minute Book Reviews, http://oneminutebookreviews.wordpress.com/2009/05/28/a-traveler-without-a-compass-%E2%80%93-tamar-yellin%E2%80%99s-tales-of-the-ten-lost-tribes/ and at Omnivoracious, http://www.omnivoracious.com/2009/05/four-musthave-story-collections-beagle-ducornet-lennon-and-yellin.html 

March 25th 2009:
A review of Kafka in Bronteland and an interview with the author appear in this month's edition of The Short Review: http://www.theshortreview.com/reviews/TamarYellinKafkainBronteland.htm

March 3rd 2009:
Tamar Yellin joins contributors Nicole Krauss, Ali Smith, Tania Hershman, Karen Maitland and others in the short story anthology The Sea of Azov, edited by Anne Joseph and published by Five Leaves Press. Proceeds from the sale of the anthology will go to World Jewish Relief. For more details see http://www.inpressbooks.co.uk/the_sea_of_azov_anne_joseph_i019825.aspx