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Mid-Week Field Notes

Three quick things this week: I attended so many virtual AWP (Association of Writers & Writing Programs) sessions and have access to them for the next month. My favorites were about writing World War II nonfiction, literary translation, Jewish fiction … 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 | 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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The Whole Megillah Expands | The Whole Megillah LLC Nurtures Jewish Writers and Jewish Story

NEW SERVICES NOW AVAILABLE TO WRITERS OF JEWISH LITERARY FICTION AND NONFICTION Popular blog is now a new company aimed at nurturing Jewish writers SOMERSET, NJ, January 9, 2014—Jewish writers now have a prepublication, publication, and post-publication advocate for their … Continue reading

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