A selection of more than 40 of the stunning images made between 1957 and 1990 is available here for the first time. The book also includes portraits of Singer, stills from the film, the black and white portfolio known as The Garden Cafeteria, and selections from the Lower East Side series. The Garden Cafeteria was a collaboration depicting denizens of the East Broadway restaurant frequented by Singer during his trips to The Jewish Daily Forward. The portfolio has never been published nor exhibited in its entirety—until this volume. Included is an introduction by Singer himself on Davidson's images, an in-depth interview with Davidson about his art, aesthetic and political views, and his Jewishness, and a reflective essay by Ilan Stavans on the relevance of this collaboration between the writer and photographer. Through Davidson's lens, we see Singer's literary world of Holocaust survivors and émigrés from Eastern Europe—a displaced culture in its twilight.