Issue 29

Welcome to our
Chanukah issue! Here you’ll find 12 splendid stories, originally written in Yiddish, Hebrew, and English. And in honour of the upcoming holiday, one of them is a Chanukah story: “Rock of Ages.”

Also for your enjoyment: an excellent, thoughtful article about Jewish Fiction .net,Jewish Fiction Thrives in the Digital Era,which came out this month in The Jerusalem Report. (Non-subscribers can read this article here.)

And if you are interested in Ruth Wisse’s new memoir (or Yiddish literature in general), here is the book review written by our editor, Dr. Nora Gold, which was recently published in The Montréal Review.

In Issue 29: 

A Tribute to Parables  – a story by Aaron Berkowitz
Hamakom   – a story by Inbar Kaminsky
Hannah Bauman  – a story by Robert Brynin
Hope  – a story by Linda Hirschel
I Am My Beloveds  – a novel excerpt by Jonathan Papernick
In France  – a story by Anna Margolin (translated from Yiddish)
Money for Menashe   – a story by Ben Kaufman
Rock of Ages  – a story by Julie Zuckerman
Rolling  – a story by Talya Jankovits
The Clinic  – a story by Harriet Shenkman
The Literature Teacher  – a story by Riky Cohen (translated from Hebrew)
Vodka, Girls, and Record Players  – a story by Davidy Rosenfeld (translated from Hebrew)

We hope this new issue of Jewish Fiction .net brings you delight and insight and enhances your celebration of this year's holiday. Wishing you and yours a joyful Chanukah, full of miracles and light, 

Chag urim sameach! from all of us at  

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