Issue 31

Welcome to our
Rosh Hashana issue! Here you’ll find 18 (chai!) splendid stories, as delightful as apples and honey, that were originally written in four languages: Czech, Yiddish, Hebrew, and English. And in honour of the upcoming holidays, our new issue features no less than 5 stories translated from Hebrew.

In Issue 31: 

A Taste of Mandel Bread  – a story by Deborah Kotz
Grandma Tova   – a story by Eric Gabriel Lehman
Issachar  – a story by Tatia Rosenthal
Matins  – a story by Rachely Dor Rappaport (translated from Hebrew)
Mercy  – a story by Dorit Shiloh (translated from Hebrew)
Perfidious  – a story by Gabriel Lampert
Remember  – a story by Mayan Rogel (translated from Hebrew)
Soles and Souls   – a story Danielle Resh 
The Ba'al Shem's Daughter  – a story by Glenn Gitomer
The Bicycle Boy  – a novel excerpt by Eli Amir (translated from Hebrew)
The Greenberg Funeral  – a story by Shmuel Nadata
The Parasite  – a story by Shira Gorshman (translated from Yiddish)
The Return of Everything  – a story by B.L. Makiefsky
The Village Idiot  – a novel excerpt by Steve Stern
Two Family Photos  – a story by Bari Lynn Hein
Victorious  – a novel excerpt by Yishai Sarid (translated from Hebrew)
You Are Here  – a story by Rimma Kranet
Zuzana's Breath  – a novel excerpt by Jakuba Katalpa (translated from Czech)

We hope this issue of Jewish Fiction .net brings you pleasure, new perspectives, and an enhanced connection to the stories of our people.

To you and your loved ones, we wish good health, joy, and many blessings in the coming year. Shana tova and gmar hatima tova! from all of us at

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