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April 30 2007 Literary Fiction Newsletter

Hello Literary Fiction Readers,

As mentioned, here is Tamar Yellin's Q & A I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.

What are you reading these days? Stop by the literary fiction forum (linked below) and let us know about the good and the bad.

Happy Spring!



Here's the latest article from the Literary Fiction site at

* Author Q & A with Tamar Yellin *

The Sami Rohr Prize for emerging Jewish writers was recently awarded for Tamar Yellin's novel The Genizah at the House of Shepher (also awarded the Ribalow Prize). Her collection of stories, Kafka in Bronteland, received the Reform Judaism Prize. I wonder what award Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes will achieve when it is released next year. This successful author has been writing fiction since childhood. Like most writers she has another profession. When not writing "pretty much full-time" she is a qualified teacher working as a Faith Tutor in schools, teaching non-Jewish children about Jewish customs. Yorkshire, England is home to her and her husband.

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M. E. Wood, Literary Fiction Editor

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