Yona Zeldis McDonough
A new mother dives headlong into a parallel world to find her missing son in The Possibilities (Random House, $27), a quasi-sci-fi novel that sets out to examine and explore… Read more »
Anne Burt talks to Lilith about her debut novel, The Dig, and her character’s struggle to reconcile her own ambitions while remaining loyal to her beloved, idealistic brother.
Novelist Idra Novey talks to Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough about the continuing mystery of the people we love most, and what can be built from what others have discarded.
Calling all gifted fiction writers! Updated Deadline: February 1, 2023
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Anita Abriel, the author of novels set during World War II, on why she endows her young protagonists with such courage and grit.
Lilith is thrilled to share with you the forthcoming release of Frankly Feminist: Short Stories by Jewish Women from Lilith Magazine (October 6, 2022; Brandeis University Press), edited by Susan Weidman Schneider and Yona Zeldis McDonough.
A Novel About a Jewish female doctor. In the Middle Ages.
Spider crawls across the rim of pot. I flick it into the rain pounding down. Search the flowerbeds for squirming bodies, run my fingers gently through wet earth waiting for their silky touch.
“I wanted to tell her about the look on my father’s face when I refused to accompany him to the Kol Nidre service…”