Category Archives: Editors

Editor’s Notebook | Lili Rosenstreich about Kalaniot Books

The Whole Megillah (TWM): Tell us about Kalaniot Books. How, when, and why was it founded? Lili Rosenstreich (LR): After a lifetime of work in the mainstream book world, my partner (in life as well as business), Mitchel Weiss and … Continue reading

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Two-in-One Editor’s Notebook | Dena Neusner and Ann Koffsky of Apples & Honey Press

The Whole Megillah (TWM): What was the impetus behind launching the new Apples & Honey Press imprint? Dena Neusner (DN): As you know, Apples & Honey Press is a partnership between Behrman House and Jerusalem-based Gefen Publishing. Our mission at Behrman … Continue reading

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Jewish Fiction Editors Speak Out | A Cyber Roundtable

About our panelists: Yona Zeldis is the author of six novels for adults, including You Were Meant for Me, which came out from New American Library/Penguin in October, 2014.  She is also the author of 25 books for children and is … Continue reading

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Editor’s Notebook: Morri Mostow, Fictive Press

The Whole Megillah (TWM): What is your business model? Morri Mostow (MM): Like any venture still in its infancy, Fictive Press is still somewhat fluid in terms of its business model as we discover what works and what doesn’t.  As … Continue reading

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Two-in-One-Notebook-Special | Schools of Hope Author Norman H. Finkelstein and Editor Carolyn P. Yoder

Today The Whole Megillah poses questions to author Norman H. Finkelstein and Calkins Creek editor Carolyn P. Yoder about their new book, Schools of Hope. The Whole Megillah (TWM): Thanks, Norman and Carolyn, for participating in today’s interviews. Norman, let’s start … Continue reading

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Four-in-One Notebook Special: A Conversation with Capstone Editors and Authors

Capstone develops nonfiction titles for the school and library market. Here The Whole Megillah presents a dialogue with the editors and authors of two titles, A World War II Timeline and Hitler in Paris, which carry Jewish themes. Title: A … Continue reading

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Editor’s Notebook | Michelle Caplan, Editor-in-Chief, Fig Tree Books

The Whole Megillah (TWM): What is Fig Tree Books and what is your specific role? Michelle Caplan (MC): Fig Tree Books is a new literary publishing house founded by Fredric Price, a successful entrepreneur in the orphan drug industry who wants … Continue reading

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Guest Post |Fiction Author and Editor Nora Gold

Next week I will be speaking at the Seminar on the Jewish Story about how being the editor of the online literary journal Jewish Fiction .net affects me as a writer, and vice versa. I look forward to discussing this at the … Continue reading

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Poet’s Notebook | Blue Lyra Review Poetry Editor M. E. Silverman

About M.E. Silverman M. E. Silverman is editor and founder of Blue Lyra Review and Review Editor of Museum of Americana. He is on the board of 32 Poems. His chapbook, The Breath before Birds Fly (ELJ Press, 2013), is available. His poems have appeared in more than … Continue reading

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Editor’s Notebook | Stephen Feuer, Gihon River Press

The Whole Megillah (TWM): What prompted you to found Gihon River Press and is there any significance to the name? Stephen Feuer (SF): I retired from the printing business in 2009.  I spent the last 30 years working as a sales person … Continue reading

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