From Aharon Appelfeld to Natan Zach, Jewish Fiction.Net , the latest addition to YU’s e-journal collections, offers an A to Z of contemporary Jewish writers. Now in its fifth issue, this quarterly is dedicated to Jewish fiction published in the English language.
Novel, short story, poem, novella—this site, headed by writers and academics, runs the gamut of celebrated literary works, both in original English and in translation. Readers can search an eclectic range of authors and titles—Elie Wiesel, Chava Rosenfarb, Yoram Kaniuk—or discover the “hottest” new talent. Submissions by emerging as well as established authors are welcome, as are contacts with fans and fellow writers alike, from Israel to Australia.

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