Announcing the Winners | The Whole Megillah Rosh Hashonah Challenge

Please join me in saying “Mazel tov!” to the winners of The Whole Megillah’s Rosh Hashonah Challenge.

Middle Grade category

(in alphabetical order)

  • Marcia Berneger, “What’s Up with Jonas?”
  • Anne Brentan, “Finding Home”
  • Eve Nadel Catarevas (untitled)

Young adult category

(in alphabetical order)

  • Dede Ducharme, “Golem”
  • Evelyn Krieger, “My Father’s Messiah”
  • Anna Levine, “Missing Pieces”

Each winner will receive a beautiful daybook from the Jewish Museum in New York City.

Thanks to all of you who submitted your work and a special thanks to judge Aileen Grossberg. Please consider submitting your manuscripts, if eligible, to the Sydney Taylor Manuscript Award.

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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4 Responses to Announcing the Winners | The Whole Megillah Rosh Hashonah Challenge

  1. Eve Catarevas says her entry is titled, “Sidewalk Sam.”

  2. Sussman, Joanna says:

    Hi Barbara,

    While Kar-Ben doesn’t publish in the way of middle grade fiction, we do occasionally publish for that age group, and I’d be happy to take a look at your winners in that category if you’d like to send them.

    Best,
    Joni

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  3. Let me just say that I’m delighted that our winners represent the East Coast, West Coast, the Mid-West, the Southwest, and Israel. I think that says a lot about our community pulling together across geographical boundaries.

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