CELEBRATING THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY YEAR OF JEWISH FICTION .NET!
Enjoy our latest webinar, hosted by the National Library of Israel:
Jewish Fiction Written in 16 Languages: Stories as Reflections of Jewish Life Across Time and Place
Welcome to our summer issue! Here, for you to imbibe with your favourite cool drink, are 10 beautiful stories, originally written in Yiddish, Hebrew, and English.
We invite you to enjoy Jewish Fiction .net also by watching our second online program in celebration of our 10th anniversary year: “Jewish Fiction Written in 16 Languages: Stories as Reflections of Jewish Life Across Time and Place.” In this webinar hosted by the National Library of Israel, our editor, Dr. Nora Gold, briefly discussed 16 stories from Jewish Fiction .net - each originally written in a different language (Italian, Serbian, Romanian, Turkish, French, Danish, Polish, Spanish, German, Croatian, Hungarian, Russian, English, Hebrew, Ladino, Yiddish) - and related these stories to some of the central themes in Jewish fiction. You can watch this event here.
In Issue 27:
|Amzaleg||– a novel excerpt by Yossi Sucary (translated from Hebrew)|
|Child’s Play||– a story by Naomi Shepherd|
|How Many Points Is Pablo Neruda?||– a story by Hannah Brown|
|Inverted Scream||– a novel excerpt by Céline Assayag (translated from Hebrew)|
|Mallory and the Hologram||– a story by Brooke Randel|
|My Industrious Next-door Neighbor||– a novel excerpt by Michael Vines|
|She Is Cigarette||– a story by Rita Taryan|
|The Conversation||– a story by Eli Greenbaum|
|The Flood|| – a story by Samuel Isban (translated from Yiddish)
|The Secret Wedding||– a story by Alex Gordon|
Wishing you a relaxing and revitalizing summer, with the hope that these stories will add to your refreshment and pleasure.
Warm regards from all of us at
Jewish Fiction .net