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Following my imagination wherever it leads...

Proud to be included in Lilith Magazine's new fiction anthology, published by Brandeis University



A groundbreaking short story collection from the editors of acclaimed feminist publication, Lilith Magazine



Frankly Feminist
Short Stories by Jewish Women from Lilith Magazine


Edited by Susan Weidman Schneider and Yona Zeldis McDonough

Frankly Feminist (October 6, 2022; Brandeis University Press), the first-ever anthology from Lilithmagazine, is a unique amalgam of fine writing and activism that comes right out of Jewish women's lives today: transgressive loves, deepening connections, political turmoil, abortion, fear of loss, struggles with fertility, with body and soul, with finding community, with decoding family life.

These fictions offer variegated cultures, contexts and points of view: Persian Jews; a Biblical matriarch; an
Ethiopian mother in modern Israel; suburban American teens; Eastern European academics; a sexual questioner; a Jew by choice; a new immigrant escaping her Lower East Side sweatshop; a Black Jewish marcher for justice; a toddler's mother hiding out in Vichy France; and more.

Some of these 44 authors are bestsellers; others are emerging talents with ages ranging from their 20s to their 80s. The characters they create reveal themselves by choices of pastimes and partners; by their causes and their passions, by what they say and what they signal. And the voices in Frankly Feminist have plenty to say about how we live now. They are neither meek nor decorous. They speak with anger and humor, tenderness and rue, self-recrimination and howls of victory.

Independent, Jewish & Frankly Feminist
Since 1976, Lilith's mission is to be the feminist change-agent in and for the Jewish community: amplifying Jewish feminist voices, creating an inclusive and positive Judaism, spurring gender consciousness in the Jewish world and empowering women, girls and trans and nonbinary people of every background to envision and enact change in their own lives and the larger community. For more information, visit lilith.org.

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Frankly Feminist will be released by Brandeis University Press on October 6, 2022, and is available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold.