Jewish Fiction .net

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Jewish Fiction .net is an online literary journal founded in 2010 by Nora Gold, and is the only English-language journal devoted exclusively to the publishing of Jewish fiction.[1][2] Published 2-3 times annually, the purpose of Jewish Fiction .net is to showcase contemporary writing on Jewish themes (either written in, or translated into, English), and to provide a publishing space for not yet well-known Jewish authors.[3][4] Each issue of Jewish Fiction .net features both emerging and established writers.

In its first six years, Jewish Fiction .net has published over 275 stories or novel excerpts, originally written in fourteen languages: Italian, Hungarian, English, French, Spanish, Russian, Romanian, Serbian, Turkish, Polish, Croatian, Hebrew, Ladino, and Yiddish.[5][6]


  1. ^ Lauren Friedman, "Proliferating Jewish Fiction Online", The Forward, June 28, 2010
  2. ^ The United Synagogue Women's View "Great Fiction from Around the World", The United Synagogue Women's View, March 2012
  3. ^ Sandee Brawarsky, "Jewish Fiction Online", The Jewish Week, October 5, 2010
  4. ^ Elana Sztokman, "Nora Gold on the Launch of Jewish Fiction .net", The Jerusalem Post, November 14, 2010
  5. ^ Jordan Adler "Online Journal for First Rate Writers of Jewish Stories"
  6. ^ Barbara Trainin Blank "People of the Web Site", Hadassah Magazine, May 24, 2012

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