Welcome to the Jewish Literary Journal!

The Yeshiva Poetry Society and the Jewish Literary Journal are proud to announce their first international high school poetry competition!

Click here to see the contest submission guidelines. There is no limit on structure, form, or content, aside from being related to Judaism or the Jewish experience. The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2015.

Art and Photography are now here! Check out Volume 1!

March 2015 (Issue 21)

Fiction:
Repentance – Allyson Shames

Creative Non-Fiction:
Chopped Liver – Ray Scanlon

Family Plot – Herb Levine

Poetry:
Purim Échappé – Tamar Stern

Doors – Richard Widerkehr

Samuel – M. E. Lerman

 

Mission Statement

The Jewish Literary Journal aims to publish the best in creative writing that deals with Jewish themes and Jewish identity. Its purpose is to display works that would perhaps go unnoticed otherwise, that can deepen conversation, and continue the tradition of rich Jewish expression.

The Jewish Literary Journal is the only online venue that publishes all genres of Jewish creative writing on a regular basis.

For Submission Guidelines please click here.

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