Jewish Fiction .net Reaches 18th Language

Jewish Fiction .net features contemporary Jewish fiction, in English, from across the globe. On February 18 they celebrated reaching 18 languages in which a story published in their journal was originally written in. The 18th language is Portuguese.

In honor of this happy occasion and milestone, they have released a preview of three novel excerpts that will be featured in their next issue, including the translation from Portuguese. Enjoy these tidbits while you await the release of the full issue.

  • Sonata in Auschwitz” by Luize Valente (translated from Portuguese by Claudio Bethencourt)
  • Dineh” by Ida Maze (translated from Yiddish by Yermiyahu Ahron Taub)
  • Don’t Ask” by Gina Roitman

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